Any time ObamaCare is in the headlines — especially when its various mandates are concerned — it reminds opponents why they don’t like the law.
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This week’s Supreme Court decision limiting the law’s requirement on employers to provide free contraceptive coverage was no different.
“I think it’s a reminder of how many things ObamaCare regulates it would never have occurred to you a federal law should regulate in the first place,” said Avik Roy, of the Manhattan Institute.
The 5-4 decision ruled that certain “closely held” for-profit businesses can opt out of the mandate by citing religious objections.