Sonja West

University of Georgia Law School

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Associate Professor of Law at the University of Georgia Law School; former clerk for Justice John Paul Stevens

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The Supreme Court majority said the Hobby Lobby decision would be “narrow” in scope and not very disruptive. The dissenters said the court was stepping into a “minefield.”

After Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby Ruling, Political and Legal Battles Ensue

The Supreme Court majority said the Hobby Lobby decision would be “narrow” in scope and not very disruptive. The dissenters said the court was stepping into a “minefield.”

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