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religion reporter for the Washington Post

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What the resignation of a US Catholic Church monsignor might say about data privacy

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Just how did the family behind Hobby Lobby become the poster child for religious freedom and the Affordable Care Act?

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Just how did the family behind Hobby Lobby become the poster child for religious freedom and the Affordable Care Act?

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