Dean of the School of Business and Economics Andrew Abela published an op-ed on the Hobby Lobby Supreme Court case in the Daily Caller. See the article below.

From: Daily Caller Date: June 25, 2014 Author: Andrew Abela

Among the many and complex issues in the pending Supreme Court case Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby, there is one that should be a straightforward matter of fact. In the case, Hobby Lobby claims that it is forced to either offer health coverage that it finds morally objectionable, or else pay ruinous fines. During oral argument, Justice Kagan, picking up on a suggestion by Justice Sotomayor, claimed that Hobby Lobby has a third option: it could just stop offering healthcare coverage altogether, pay a $2,000 per employee "tax," and not be significantly worse off. Could the solution really be that simple?

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