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Do you know the company you get your craft supplies from?

In an ideal world I am sure many more of us would only use organic locally made craft supplies, but for alot of crafters that isn't an option. However you still can choose which stores and brands you want to support. Google is your best friend in this department you can search and find out info on about any company or product you want.

I have researched alot about Hobby Lobby and although I am christian and love companies with Christian values I don't agree with their stance againest woman's health. They are a FOR PROFIT company and for them to be able to deny coverage of something because it's againest thier beliefs ( yet they will still do business with companies that do exactly what is against their faith) doesn't seem right to me. There are many religions that don't think we should vaccinate, take antibotics, or even see a doctor at all.
I don'the want to tell you what to think, we all have a right to think what we want I just want to encourage you to research companies you purchase from. Below are some links to articles about the hobby lobby case.

What are your thoughts?

http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2014/06/30/326926331/companies-can-refuse-to-cover-contraception-supreme-court-say

http://www.cnn.com/2014/06/30/politics/scotus-obamacare-contraception/
http://time.com/2945942/planned-parenthood-hobby-lobby/

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  1. Hobby Lobby is taking a stand against the kind of "morning after" contraceptives. Which I think is just another type of abortion. I think it's an honorable thing to do.

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