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July 23, 2014 6:45 PM

Conservative judges’ decision imperils insurance coverage

From Bush v. Gore to the evisceration of the Voting Rights Act to the Hobby Lobby decision, it’s hard not to conclude that the broad, national project of conservatism is being worked as aggressively through the courts as through the traditional political process. Perhaps more so.

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