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December 4, 2013

Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties, both secular, for-profit companies owned by conservative Christian families, are asking the highest court in the land to allow them to seriously impede their employees’ fair access to contraception coverage.

At AU, we disagree. We’ve consistently told the courts that secular corporations don’t exercise religion. The owners of Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Woods are asking the Supreme Court to elevate their beliefs over the medical needs of their employees. True religious liberty should never come at the cost of someone else’s rights.

If you work for Hobby Lobby, Conestoga Woods, Eden Foods or any other company that is challenging the contraceptive mandate and you’re worried about your ability to obtain contraception coverage, AU wants to hear from you: click here to (confidentially) submit your concerns.

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