By Kurt Gonska on July 02, 2014
Dashiell Bennett via The Wire
Sandra Fluke at The Washington Post on Hobby Lobby's attack on women: The activist who famously lobbied Congress for more contraceptive coverage in insurance says yesterday's Supreme Court ruling set a dangerous precedent, both for women's rights and corporate responsibility. "Corporations are not people. Corporations cannot have religious views. And this decision sends us in a dangerous direction." She also argues that the case is not about money or religious rights, but an assault on the right to abortion access and birth control. "In sum, the anti-choice movement wants to limit not just affordable access, but all access to abortion and birth control, whether it is backed by the government, by employers, or purchased by private citizens. It is an attack at all levels, and today’s decision is just another success in these efforts.