The recent Supreme Court decision to give Hobby Lobby the right to deny women medical coverage on birth control has been controversial, to say the least.
Will this open the door for employers to decide to deny coverage for other medical needs? Can an employer one day deny a costly proceedure or treatment that will save an employee's life?
And what about the hypocrisy of Hobby Lobby? A religious corporation that gets the majority of their products from China, a country where birth control and abortions are widely exercised and performed.
But, if you don't like it, then don't work there, right?
What does Jesse Ventura think about all of this?
IN HIS OWN WORDS: Jesse Ventura Disagrees with the Hobby Lobby Ruling
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