A breakdown of the Supreme Court ruling, Burwell vs Hobby Lobby, taking a look at the issues of Constitutionality, Obamacare, religious liberty, corporate personhood as well as the majority and dissent opinions. I had to put on my Johnny Cash shoes to walk the line on this one!
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