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Courts Will Need to Determine Boundaries of Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby Decision
Seyfarth Shaw LLP Link to more items from this source
July 17, 2014
"[It] remains to be seen whether the challenges may expand to other faith-based objections.... [A] group of religious leaders has already written a letter to President Obama in light of Hobby Lobby arguing for a RFRA exemption to a pending executive order that would prohibit federal contractors from discriminating against LGBT individuals in hiring practices. However, the courts may cast a critical eye on these claims, as Justice Alito's opinion cautioned that the decision should not be read to provide a shield for discrimination[.]"

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