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Transcript of Concept Mapping
Journalism 190 (41828)
Contraceptives: Supreme Court will referee latest Obamacare dispute
Los Angeles Daily News
1st Amendement Rights
(Freedom of Relgion)
Employers providing contraceptives as a part of healthcare insurance, as a violation of
Perspective of the Christian families that own the companies
To only give explanations and opinions from employers with Christian backgrounds
Hobby Lobby Incorporated
Conestoga Wood Specialties Corporation
The fact that "birth control is a critical component of preventive health care and should not be restricted for anyone."
Obamacare already exempts churches, mosques and other religious institutions from providing coverage for their employees.
Even if a woman isn't employed or covered by the Affordable Care Act, she should still be able to obtain access to care.
The right women have to be offered all different kinds of healthcare options.
The fact that some believe that "giving employers power over their employees' reproductive decisions can have grave social outcomes."
The justices redefined “personhood,” to mean corporations have the right to participate in the political process in the same way that individuals do.
"Employers with more than 50 workers that provide insurance plans are required to include contraception coverage under the Affordable Care Act. If they refuse, they can face fines of up to $100 a day for each employee."
An advocate in the "pro" position of birth control; someone knowledgeable who has correct facts about the Affordable Care Act.
Information and interpretations from each side of the argument, which can be seen as biased toward the "religious right."
The argument and opinion of the "religious right" against birth control.
Women's right to health care