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Cato Institute Files Amicus Brief in Sibelius v. Hobby Lobby Supreme Court Case
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[Opinion]
Jan. 29, 2014
"These cases will determine whether individuals who wish to conduct their lives in accordance with their religious beliefs forfeit the right to do so when they engage in business activities, particularly through the corporate form. Cato has submitted a brief supporting Hobby Lobby and Conestoga. We argue that individuals should be able to order their professional lives according to their religious beliefs, that engaging in business doesn't demand the surrender of religious freedom, and that there's nothing inherent in the corporate form that requires denying the owners of a corporation the right to direct their business in a manner that comports with their religion."

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