The United States Supreme Court announced Monday it will not hear the case of Livingston Christian School v. Genoa Charter Township.
President Obama assaulted the nation's top court and seemed to criticize the U.S. legal system as a whole Monday, with the former constitutional law professor declaring that the Supreme Court was wrong to even accept a challenge to his signature health care reform law and deriding the fact that an "individual district court judge" was able to derail his deportation amnesty.
In a 5-4 ruling the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties saying that corporations cannot be forced to provide contraception coverage for their employees. The court determined that federal law protects the two families from being forced to act contrary to their beliefs.
The White House suffered its twelfth unanimous defeat since 2012 when the Supreme Court ruled against the Obama administration saying it exceeded its authority in recess appointments, suggesting the High Court has "rejected the Obama Administration's calls for greater executive power," Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) said.