Do female bosses get to restrict their male employees’ access to Viagra? Those little blue pills are covered in most insurance plans because it’s supposedly prescribed for a medical condition. For women, the desire not to get pregnant isn’t considered a medical condition, which is why so many plans in the past were able to get off the hook for paying for birth control pills or IUDs.
Retailer Hobby Lobby is trying to get around the Affordable Care Act’s mandate for paying for employees’ birth control by claiming its owners religious beliefs are being infringed on.
Should the Supreme Court be deciding whether a corporate CEO can spit in the face of Obamacare? 19 U.S. Senators, think not. Take it away, Patty Murray: