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Choice News SUNDAY, JUN 30, 2013  |  13 comments
Court: Gov’t Must Halt Enforcement of Sterilization-Contraception-Abortifacient Mandate Against Hobby Lobby
Following on yesterday’s 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that Hobby Lobby can continue its lawsuit against the Obama administration’s contraception mandate on religious grounds, the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma ruled today that the federal government must halt all enforcement of the mandate (and related financial penalties) against the Christian-based company.

Hobby Lobby and sister company Mardel are suing the Department of Health and Human Services and Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, arguing that to force the company to pay for health insurance that must offer abortion-inducing drugs, as well as sterilization and contraception, is a violation of its religious liberty. ...


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News Item7/7/13 12:43 PM
Cezar | Midwest  Find all comments by Cezar
"The federal government must stop the enforcement..."

"It is a violation of its religious liberty.."

One for the right side finally.

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News Item7/3/13 8:43 PM
Barry from Ky | Northern Ky  Find all comments by Barry from Ky
John Yurich USA wrote:
Businesses can get just as good and hard working temp workers from temp agencies as they can from having workers on their payroll. Hobby Lobby and other Christian businesses should really consider only using temp workers from temp agencies if they don't wish to pay out health insurance benefits.
To give you a short answer John Y, take me for instance. I design the crankshafts that we make on a CAD system called Catia. I build 3D models. I then write a tool path for our die shop to build the tooling. I will never work for a temp agency and can negotiate an attractive benefit package. Skilled workers are hard to come by, and rarely work for temp agencies.
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News Item7/3/13 7:13 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Unprofitable Servant wrote:
Thanks Christopher, that explains alot
Businesses should also dispense with the untemporary parts to their business. Putting an outhouse in the parking lot would save a bunch of money spent on water bills, too. And keeping the water cooler in the ice box would save on electricity.
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News Item7/3/13 6:56 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Christopher000 wrote:
Unprofitable Servant wrote:
"John Yurich, if that is such a good model for business, why do you think they are not all using it now? After all aren't they out there to make as much profit as they can."
The obvious answer is, they are "insane". Any business that does not use a temp agency is quite simply "insane" and should not be in business, because they are insane and have no comprehension skills to understand what it means to be sane, which causes them to be insane. Insane people who run business have no cognitive skills and dont realize they are not sane. : )
Thanks Christopher, that explains alot
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News Item7/3/13 3:17 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Unprofitable Servant wrote:
"John Yurich, if that is such a good model for business, why do you think they are not all using it now? After all aren't they out there to make as much profit as they can."

The obvious answer is, they are "insane". Any business that does not use a temp agency is quite simply "insane" and should not be in business, because they are insane and have no comprehension skills to understand what it means to be sane, which causes them to be insane. Insane people who run business have no cognitive skills and dont realize they are not sane. : )

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News Item7/3/13 7:57 AM
JoeBob | USA  Find all comments by JoeBob
John Yurich are you in some way associated with a temp agency? Just trying to understand your motivation.
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News Item7/2/13 10:53 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
John Yurich USA wrote:
Businesses...
John, you did not answer my questions, so hopefully you will address them in your next post. Also are you saying a company that made over 2 billion in revenue (despite closing on a day that most other retailers are open) and employs over 21,000 people at above average wages does not have the business acumen to see that temporary workers are just as hard workers as those they reward for their labor. Why are all the businesses complaining about the exorbitant cost they will have to pay for Obamacare and money they will lose, if the solution is so simple? They even got implementation delayed a year. John, do you really think that if your solution were viable that it would not be implemented on a large scale? Do you really think that businesses are that blind to ways to up their profit? Remember businesses don't exist to make jobs. They exist to make a profit. If employing people helps them make more money they hire people. Not trying to put you down, appreciate your effort to try and offer a solution to a sticky problem. Just saying if it were feasible, it would have been done, temp workers are not in any way a new thing.

Mike, would that be considered a frozen asset?

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News Item7/2/13 7:48 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
John Yurich USA wrote:
Businesses can get just as good and hard working temp workers from temp agencies as they can from having workers on their payroll. Hobby Lobby and other Christian businesses should really consider only using temp workers from temp agencies if they don't wish to pay out health insurance benefits.
They should keep the coffee creamer in the ice box, too.
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News Item7/2/13 7:35 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Unprofitable Servant wrote:
John Yurich, if that is such a good model for business, why do you think they are not all using it now? After all aren't they out there to make as much profit as they can?
Businesses can get just as good and hard working temp workers from temp agencies as they can from having workers on their payroll. Hobby Lobby and other Christian businesses should really consider only using temp workers from temp agencies if they don't wish to pay out health insurance benefits.
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News Item7/2/13 7:28 PM
Same Old Folderol | Isles of Langerhans  Find all comments by Same Old Folderol
This is great news for Hobby Lobby, a company with an operating philosophy that is not imitated in many areas, because it is not about maximizing profit (thus, no reason to hire temporary workers). Not only are they closed on Sundays, but they are not open late because they want their employees to have a decent family life.
I recommend reading their president's recent book, "More than a Hobby"
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News Item7/2/13 4:56 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
John Yurich USA wrote:
Hobby Lobby would not have to worry about anything if it would simply use temp workers from temp agencies. That way they would not have to pay out wages and benefits. The only money they would pay to use the workers is to the temp agencies. No business should have any workers on their payroll. Businesses should only use temp workers from temp agencies to avoid paying out wages and benefits. That is the way to be in order to be cheap.
John Yurich, if that is such a good model for business, why do you think they are not all using it now? After all aren't they out there to make as much profit as they can?
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News Item7/1/13 5:03 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Hobby Lobby would not have to worry about anything if it would simply use temp workers from temp agencies. That way they would not have to pay out wages and benefits. The only money they would pay to use the workers is to the temp agencies. No business should have any workers on their payroll. Businesses should only use temp workers from temp agencies to avoid paying out wages and benefits. That is the way to be in order to be cheap.
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News Item6/30/13 4:34 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
I'm not surprised that the Romish members, at least enough to get recognition of queer marriages passed would do that considering the number of homosexuals in the priesthood, q.v., Celibate Priests but I do wonder what the vote on this will be, if it reaches the Supreme Court?
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