Hobby Lobby

Hobby Lobby’s Steve Green’s Bible Curriculum Is A Hit In Israeli Schools


Jerusalem - Students at 16 Israeli high schools are completing a yearlong pilot program developed by the Washington-based Museum of the Bible, funded by the billionaire Green family, owners of the Hobby Lobby craft store chain.

Students gather around a tablet screen overlaid onto the hardcopy curriculum textbook. RNS

Five Takeaways From The Hobby Lobby Case


WASHINGTON Five things to know about one of the most anticipated Supreme Court decisions of the year:1. Corporations can’t pray, but they do have religious rights.

Private Businesses Need Not Cover Contraception, Supreme Court Rules


Washington — The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that a privately held business may refuse to provide insurance coverage for contraceptives to employees.

Denying Discrimination, Hobby Chain To Sell Chanukah Items


The president of Hobby Lobby said the Oklahoma-based chain will carry Chanukah items in its stores near areas with large Jewish populations. He also said he would investigate the claim that an employee displayed hostility toward Jews when asked about Chanukah decorations.

Steve Green in an interview with The Associated Press published Saturday said the items will be in his crafts stores in New York and New Jersey by November.

Hobby Lobby has "deep respect for the Jewish faith," its president says. Photo via hobbylobby.com
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