Last Friday, a group of nuns from Colorado won a SCOTUS stay temporarily exempting them from the Affordable Care Act’s contraception mandate. Patricia Miller, who writes about reproductive rights and the Catholic Church for Religion Dispatches, joins Welton to talk about the Church’s battle for religious freedom – or, more accurately, the freedom to not sign a document declining to provide birth control – and the slippery slope that this court decision puts us on.

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