Birth control war returns to a divided US Supreme Court

For the third time in six years, a divided Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday over whether employers with religious or moral objections to contraception can be compelled under the 2010 Affordable Care Act to provide no-cost access to birth control to their workers.And also for the third time, the case at issue arose out of Pennsylvania.But a lot has changed in the years since the high court delivered its first ruling in a case involving a Lancaster County cabinet maker that fought alongside crafting chain Hobby Lobby in 2014.The White House, under a different administration, has switched …

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