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SATURDAY, NOV 24, 2012  |  5 comments
Hobby Lobby Files Appeal On HHS Ruling

Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. is asking a federal appeals court to block part of the federal health care law that requires the Christian family-owned arts and crafts company to provide insurance coverage for emergency contraception pills.

The Oklahoma City-based company asked the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to block enforcement of the law, which will require Hobby Lobby and a sister company, Mardel, Inc., to cover the morning-after pill and week-after pill as part of employee health insurance plans beginning Jan. 1.

The company filed its appeal Tuesday, a day after a federal judge denied the request. ...


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John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Neil wrote:
Or they could simply employ them part-time instead (less than 30 hrs/wk), which many employers are considering, though it's not necessarily this simple for larger firms. Simply paying the fine (& passing the cost onto customers) is another option.
Well, why not? Europeans often say we work too hard & have too much money for our own good. Now with fewer hours, & less income, Americans can be more noble & spiritual, like them.
Even if Hobby Lobby had part time employees they would still have to pay wages. It would cost less to utilize temp workers from temp agencies because all Hobby Lobby would have to pay is however much the temp agencies charge to use their temp workers. The whole idea is to avoid paying out wages to employees by not having employees on the payroll.
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Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
John Yurich USA wrote:
Hobby Lobby would not have to worry about paying health benefits to employees if they would simply not have any employees on the company roster but instead utilize temp workers from temp agencies.
Or they could simply employ them part-time instead (less than 30 hrs/wk), which many employers are considering, though it's not necessarily this simple for larger firms. Simply paying the fine (& passing the cost onto customers) is another option.

Well, why not? Europeans often say we work too hard & have too much money for our own good. Now with fewer hours, & less income, Americans can be more noble & spiritual, like them.

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John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Hobby Lobby would not have to worry about paying health benefits to employees if they would simply not have any employees on the company roster but instead utilize temp workers from temp agencies. That way they would not have any employees on the company roster to pay wages to and benefits to. All they would have to do is pay money to the temp agencies to use their temp workers. It would cost less to just pay the temp agencies money to use their temp workers then to have employees on the roster.
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