The line between quid pro quo corruption and general influence must be respected in order to safeguard basic First Amendment rights, and the Court must "err on the side of protecting political speech rather than suppressing it[My underlines]One could easily see a similar line written for Hobby Lobby.
Wednesday, April 02, 2014
Recent Election Decision from SCOTUS is Good Sign For Hobby Lobby
I recently wrote about the Hobby Lobby case currently pending before the U.S. Supreme Court. In it I said that the fact that Hobby Lobby has an enumerated right to not have it's religious practices interfered with by the government means that it should get the benefit of the doubt and a higher consideration than the ACA contraception mandate. Today's decision is supporting of such thinking: