Essay on Analysis Of Burwell V. Hobby Lobby

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Burwell v. Hobby Lobby was a case between Sylvia Burwell, the secretary of Health and Human Services, and Hobby Lobby’s owners and founders. This case dealt with the issue of should Hobby Lobby be able to deny employees contraceptives on the health care provided for the workers by the business. This case was a case between workers’ healthcare and religious rights. This case gains attention and the Supreme Courts elect to hear it. They come to the decision that Hobby Lobby should be left their religious freedoms. “They do not have to violate their faith or pay severe fines (The Decision 1).” In both sides many people come together to participate including people with and opinion on abortion, strong religious beliefs, workers’ rights and ect. “This is a landmark decision for religious freedom. The Supreme Court recognized that Americans’ do not lose their religious freedoms when the run a family business (the Decision 2).” This case was different than other cases for they were both non-profit as well as religious. Some believe that the case would have been different if it had been a profit business.
This case represents a form of political participation for it is a group of people bring fourth what they are unhappy with in the intuition in their community. This is a form of participation because like voting, writing a senator or representative, or boycotts it’s getting involved to evoke change. Many people getting involved. This was brought to attention mainly by unhappy…

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