In response to the Supreme Court’s decision in the Hobby Lobby case, Senate Democrats are introducing the “Not My Boss’s Business Act,” co-sponsored by Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash.:

The Dems’ proposed “fix” as a way around the SCOTUS decision would make Obamacare exempt from the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Ironically, Patty Murray voted for the RFRA in 1993 and Bill Clinton signed it into law that same year.

Donna Brazile’s support for the “Not My Boss’s Business Act” wildly misrepresented what the Hobby Lobby case was all about:

Did SCOTUS’ Hobby Lobby decision make it legal for employers to deny employees “health care services”? Brazile’s statement is disingenuous on multiple levels, and she was called out on the facts:


https://twitter.com/jason_fox/status/487229106858115072

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Harry Reid to do ‘something’ about ‘outrageous’ Hobby Lobby decision