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Town Hall Tuesday: Do Corporations Have Religious Liberties?

At the National Constitution Center! Town Hall Tuesday
Tuesday, December 10, 2013 at 12 p.m.
Admission is FREE. Advance reservations recommended: Call[masked] or order online. Just RSVPing in this Meetup group is not enough, you must call or order online! See link below!

Do corporations have the same religious liberties as real people? And can religiously motivated corporations avoid paying for contraception under the Affordable Care Act? Those are the controversial questions the Supreme Court just agreed to decide. Join the National Constitution Center's Jeffrey Rosen for a Town Hall Tuesday discussion on December Tenth at noon with guests including Professor Sarah Barringer Gordon of the University of Pennsylvania Law School and David Gans of the Constitutional Accountability Center.

One Tuesday each month, National Constitution Center President and CEO Jeffrey Rosen presents Town Hall Tuesdays, live from the museum. These cutting-edge programs will bring the top thinkers from around the country and across the political spectrum to explore the constitutional controversies of the week. This is the place to understand the constitutional questions behind the headlines—from what's going on at the Supreme Court to the future of privacy and free speech. The program topic and guests will be announced here on our website the week before the Town Hall.

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