You may see Obamacare back in front of the Supreme Court next term, at least if religious nonprofits have their way. Just over a year ago, the Court ruled in Hobby Lobby that the Affordable Care Act must accommodate the religious objections of closely held corporations.
Now, the court is facing a slew of cert petitions from Catholic nonprofits, nuns, Roman Catholic colleges, and others who say that their religious freedom is still violated ... even with the accommodations.
The nonprofits all object to being involved with Obamacare's contraception mandate in any manner. They've all made similar legal arguments. They've all lost -- repeatedly. Will the Supreme Court be more sympathetic to their objections?