Hobby Lobby on Twitter: Supreme Court decision a ‘landmark victory’

The company sued to strike down the ACA provision that requires employers to cover contraception. In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court sided with Hobby Lobby.

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The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that corporations whose owners don’t want to cover employees’ contraceptive prescriptions because of religious objections shouldn’t be required to do so under the Affordable Care Act.

What exactly that all means for employers, employees, and contraceptive care is still under examination, but Hobby Lobby, the company that brought the suit before the Supreme Court, celebrated on Twitter in the moments following the court’s ruling.

BREAKING: #SCOTUS has granted a landmark victory for #religiousfreedom, ruling in favor of Hobby Lobby and the Green family.

— Hobby Lobby Case (@HobbyLobbyCase) June 30, 2014

Hobby Lobby started a Twitter account dedicated solely to the case; the Twitter account for its stores has made no mention of the case.

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