Controversy continues to surround Hobby Lobby ruling

By Amanda Porterfield | aporterfield@wcia.com

Published 07/21 2014 12:44PM

Updated 07/21 2014 12:47PM

ILLINOIS -- The Supreme Court's decision in the Hobby Lobby case has sparked widespread controversy. Last month's ruling says corporations don't have to pay for their workers' birth control if it's against the company's religious beliefs.

Tyndale House, the world's largest publisher of bibles and other Christian books is in a similar lawsuit in Illinois. Senator Dick Durbin says companies can not have religious beliefs.

New legislation proposed by congressional Democrats to reverse the Supreme Court's decision could reach the Senate floor this week.

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