Hobby Lobby, Healthcare, and Religious Expression

February 20, 2014Duke Law News

Wednesday, March 19, 2014 • 12:15pm • Law School Room 3041

The Supreme Court of the United States will soon hear arguments on whether for-profit corporations and their owners may claim religious freedom exceptions from provisions of the Affordable Care Act.  The cases raise important questions about constitutional law, healthcare policy, the corporate form, statutory construction, and the ability of Congress to protect constitutional norms.  Professors Darrell Miller, Barak Richman, Neil Siegel,  Ernie Young, and Kate Bartlett will participate in a lunchtime panel discussion on what we may expect from the Court, and what it may mean for constitutional law and public policy.  Lunch provided courtesy of the Program in Public Law - first come first served.  For more information please contact sarah.holsapple@law.duke.edu.

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