Jesus Christ Superstore: Jon Stewart on the Hobby Lobby is a “person of faith” lawsuit

Jon Stewart weighs in on the Hobby Lobby lawsuit alleging that the store is really a “person of faith,” and thus should be exempt from the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA, aka Obamacare) mandate to cover contraception in employee health plans.

We’ve written a few pieces on this, including two overview pieces here and here, and my tongue-in-cheek (but only just) article asking why Hobby Lobby has never been circumcised, married, or been to communion if it’s such a good Christian.


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