The Supreme Court’s decision in Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties v. Burwell has been misused and expanded in ways that sanction discrimination in areas beyond birth control coverage. This report cites more than 10 examples to demonstrate how the Hobby Lobby decision and the law underlying it – the Religious Freedom Restoration Act – have been to misused in attempts to shirk legal obligations, from refusing to comply with non-discrimination laws to resisting vaccination requirements.

Published On: June 12, 2015Associated Issues: Birth ControlHealth Care & Reproductive RightsReligious Refusals