Could be interesting in the Hobby Lobby case.
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As the Supreme Court term winds down, Chief Justice John Roberts is being closely watched as he shepherds opinions in some hot-button cases involving executive power and religious freedom through their final drafts.
Appointed by President George W. Bush in 2005, Roberts vowed during his confirmation hearings to act as an umpire, calling balls and strikes but not taking sides. In the majority of the court’s most contentious opinions during his time at the helm, Roberts has voted with the conservative wing. However, he scored lavish praise from liberals when he authored the opinion upholding the Affordable Care Act.