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Today on Your Call: How far should the First Amendment go for corporations?
On today's Your Call, we’ll talk about the debate over corporations’ rights to free speech and freedom of religion. Several companies have objected to the Affordable Care Act mandate to provide employees with coverage for contraception and abortion services. The Supreme Court will hear their case this month. So what First Amendment rights do corporations have? How have they expanded? And is there a progressive case for corporations – which include labor unions and non-profits – having First Amendment protections? Join the conversation on the next Your Call with Holly Kernan and You.
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