Podcast Extra: What's Hinky About Hobby Lobby?

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The Breakfast Table Out Loud

Listen to Dahlia Lithwick and Eric Posner consider faux-nanimity on the high court and what’s hinky about Hobby Lobby.

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Photo illustration by Slate. Supreme Court photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images.

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In a Slate Plus podcast extra, Dahlia Lithwick talks to Breakfast Table correspondent Eric Posner, a professor at the University of Chicago Law School. They discuss Hobby Lobby and other rulings from the Supreme Court’s 2013 term, consider faux-nanimity on the court, and even wager an orthogonal bet.

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Photos of Supreme Court protests by Slate's Jamelle Bouie.

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