Stand with Hobby Lobby

How much money is a clear conscience worth?
Hobby LobbyA Christian family-owned American business is now finding out. The Green family, owners of the retail chain Hobby Lobby, are facing daily fines of $1.3 million dollars for their refusal to comply with the Obamacare mandate requiring that employers provide coverage for the morning after pill, a drug that can cause an early abortion. As of today, the family has accumulated $10.4 million in fines. Unless the courts intervene, the company can expect to accumulate fines totaling nearly a half a billion dollars. Rather than violate their consciences, the Greens have chosen to disobey this unjust government mandate.
American Christians need to show the Obama administration that our principles cannot be bought. Please join over 100,000 others in standing with the Green family by “liking” and sharing our “Support Hobby Lobby” Facebook campaign.
Although Hobby Lobby is a larger presence in other parts of the country, the chain is opening its first store in MA next month in the Holyoke Mall.

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