Washington Times, December 25, 2013
Tom Howell, Jr., quoting Holly Fernandez Lynch


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[...] "It also probably will not matter that three of the court’s justices - Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan - are female, even if the case involves the coverage of contraceptive services that are used by women, said Holly Lynch, a health care policy and bioethics specialist at Harvard Law School.

"'I think this will really be an issue of religious freedom,' she said, 'divorced as much as possible from the specific content of the objectionable requirement.'" [...]

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