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The Supreme Court ruled Monday that certain "closely held" for-profit businesses can cite religious objections in order to opt out of a requirement in ObamaCare to provide free contraceptive coverage for their employees. 

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The 5-4 decision, in favor of arts-and-crafts chain Hobby Lobby and one other company, marks the first time the court has ruled that for-profit businesses can cite religious views under federal law.

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The Supreme Court ruled Monday that certain "closely held" for-profit businesses can cite religious objections in order to opt out of a requirement in ObamaCare to provide free contraceptive coverage for their employees. 

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The 5-4 decision, in favor of arts-and-crafts chain Hobby Lobby and one other company, marks the first time the court has ruled that for-profit businesses can cite religious views under federal law.

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President Obama brushed off the controversy over Hillary Clinton's wealth, saying in an interview aired Sunday that he doesn't think her comments about it are going to have much impact politically. 

"Over time, I don't think it's going to make a big difference," Obama said, in an interview aired on ABC's "This Week." 

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Despite Democrats hammering Mitt Romney over his personal fortune during the 2012 presidential campaign, top Democrats have defended Hillary Clinton as the potential 2016 presidential candidate's wealth emerges as an issue.

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Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton signs copies of her book "Hard Choices" at a Barnes & Noble book store in Los Angeles, California June 19, 2014. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS MEDIA) - RTR3UQNK

LOS ANGELES – As speculation grows that Hillary Clinton will run for president in 2016, many in Hollywood have been busy handing out awards and honors to show her their support, but experts are split on how the attention will affect her possible presidential campaign.

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Right-wing-mediaMitt Romney took the stage Tuesday night to concede that he had lost his race for president. 

 

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