By Kurt Gonska on March 24, 2014
The Supreme Court is set to hear arguments tomorrow in what is considered the highest profile case of this term. Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores touches on some of the most hot-button political and legal questions in the country right now, including the Affordable Care Act, abortion and the impact of the Supreme Court’s Citizens United ruling. The case involves two for-profit companies objecting to contraception requirements under the Affordable Care Act. The question the court will consider: Do corporations have the same religious rights as individuals? Diane and her guests preview the arguments and discuss the political and legal implications at stake.
Joan Biskupic: editor in charge for legal affairs, Reuters News. She has written biographies on Sandra Day O'Connor and Antonin Scalia.
Mark Rienzi: professor of constitutional law, Catholic University of America and senior counsel, Becket Fund for Religious Liberty.
Sandra Fluke: Democratic candidate for California Senate District 26 and social justice attorney in Los Angeles.