So, one of my main objections with the original Hobby Lobby issue was that it made the rights of the corporation have more importance then the right of the actual human, the employee.
The court ruled that since the government had set up an alternative covering for those organizations with a religious objection, people could be covered b that instead.
But what if the organization both refuses to cover you AND refuses to sign the paper stating you aren’t covered, leaving you in a legal limbo – all because they don’t want you to get the procedure?
Hobby Lobby’s complain is that by being required to pay for the medical plan, they were providing the immoral service themselves.
Notre Dame is saying that they don’t want the employee to have it at all, so they refuse to do either.