UIUC PHIL 110 - Religion in America 2 (4 pages)

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Brief overview of the Obamacare, contraception, and religious liberty.


Lecture number:
25
Pages:
4
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Illinois at Urbana, Champaign
Course:
Phil 110 - World Religions
Edition:
1

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Lecture 25 Outline of Last Lecture I Let s Begin with a Question II YES III NO IV Huh V Religious Toleration VI Emergence of Religious Toleration in Europe VII Peace of Westphalia VIII Maryland Toleration Act IX Religious Liberty X The First Freedom XI Historical Background Roger Williams XII Williams and Religious Liberty XIII Thomas Jefferson XIV Ambiguous Does Liberty Create a Secular State XV Question XVI Religious Neutrality XVII Everson v Board of Education of Ewing Township 1947 XVIII Everson decision PHIL 110 1st Edition Everson and the Wall of Separation Cheerleaders and the Wall of Separation Another Question Neutral Laws Neutral Laws cannot Hinder Religious Communities Santeria and Sacrifice Islamic Cnter of Murfreesboro TN Fight Goes On Liberty and Neutrality Two Possible Views Outline of Current Lecture XXVIII Burwell v Hobby Lobby Facts XXIX The Contraception Mandate XXX Exemptions to the Contraception XXXI The Plaintiff s Complaint XXXII The Government s Defense XXXIII The Court s Decision XXXIV The Court s Decision The Criterion XXXV The Court s Decision XXXVI In the Wake of Hobby Lobby XXXVII One More Free Exercise Case Holt v Hobbs XXXVIII How We Got There XIX XX XXI XXII XXIII XXIV XXV XXVI XXVII XXXIX See the Future XL Summary Recent Free Exercise Cases XLI Free Exercise and Conscience Current Lecture XLII Burwell v Hobby Lobby Facts a Case involves three companies that object to the mandate to provide insurance coverage to employees that includes specific forms of contraception b Named for Hobby Lobby i for profit corporation that operates a chain of retail stores Corporation owned entirely by a single family Greens No shares sold on a stock market ii Hobby Lobby includes 500 stores nationwide and employs more than 13 000 individuals XLIII The Contraception Mandate b Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act ACA employers with 50 or more employees to offer group health insurance that includes preventive care and screenings for women without any



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