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  • Las Vegas shooters saw government as the enemy

    Las Vegas shooters saw government as the enemy
    They were happily married and unhappily American. Six months ago, Jerad and Amanda Miller left home in Indiana on a cross-country road trip with their two cats to start a new life in Las Vegas. Amanda, 22, had a part-time job at Hobby Lobby; Jerad, 31,...
  • Hey liberals, there's a logistical problem with your Hobby Lobby boycott

    Here’s where the “Boycott Hobby Lobby” movement is going as of this week, according to the CBS-LA website: “Dozens of protesters Monday gathered at a Hobby Lobby store in Burbank in response to last week’s Supreme Court...
  • Access to contraception is a men's issue too

    In the days since the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Hobby Lobby, allowing some employers to opt out of covering birth control in their employees’ health insurance packages, the critique from progressives has been consistent and clear: Reducing...
  • East Los Angeles set to get its first Olympic-sized swimming pool

    East Los Angeles set to get its first Olympic-sized swimming pool
    Kids from East Los Angeles who dream of becoming the next Michael Phelps or Missy Franklin will now be able to train in their own community. Los Angeles County officials are set to celebrate the grand opening Saturday of a new aquatic center at East L....
  • Chan Lowe: The Hobby Lobby decision

    Chan Lowe: The Hobby Lobby decision
        In case you were thinking that those who lament the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision are making a mountain out of a little pill, let’s first consider the unintended consequences of that decision.   Hobby Lobby is wholly owned...
  • Hobby Lobby settles New York suit that accused it of false advertising

    Hobby Lobby settles New York suit that accused it of false advertising
    Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. reached a settlement with New York's attorney general to resolve an investigation into whether the arts and crafts chain falsely advertised "never-ending" sales. The Oklahoma City retailer agreed to pay $85,000 in civil penalties...
  • Hobby Lobby case holds power, not life, sacred

    Hobby Lobby case holds power, not life, sacred
    We can stop pretending the Hobby Lobby case is about the sanctity of life now. Now that Forbes and Mother Jones and CBS News and dozens of other outlets have reported that Hobby Lobby's employee retirement plan invests millions in companies that...
  • Paid vacation isn't a given in America

    Paid vacation isn't a given in America
    Speaking of vacation days. Weren't we? Well, we're speaking of things employers do and don't have to fund. (Hi there, Hobby Lobby.) And I just returned from a week off. Put the two together and you'll see why I'm wondering: How much paid vacation time...
  • Buddy Up Tennis helps athletes with Down Syndrome

    Buddy Up Tennis helps athletes with Down Syndrome
    The Heritage Tennis Club in Arlington Heights has been selected as one of the new northwest suburban locations for Buddy Up Tennis, Fitness and Fun, a program where volunteers teach tennis skills to kids and young adults with Down Syndrome. The clinic...
  • At Supreme Court, baffling decision follows awful Hobby Lobby ruling

    Over the weekend, without a pressing deadline at hand, I sat down to read more closely the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision, and Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s strong dissent. Maybe, in the heat of deadline, I had missed something important...
  • What the Hobby Lobby decision does -- and doesn't -- say

    To the editor: It is misleading to say flatly that the Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby ruling applies to all corporations. ("Myths and spin abound on Supreme Court contraceptive decision," July 3) Twice the majority opinion stated its holding very simply....