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do you like your green card on Wednesday will hear oral arguments from Christian groups demanding a religious exemption to part of obamacare requiring help insurers cover contraceptives , and with the death in February of justice Antonin Scalia challenges will argue before a rare eight justice panel evenly divided between liberals and conservatives , the court will hear a ninety minute oral argument brought by nonprofit Christian groups claiming that the affordable care act's requirement that insurance cover contraception violates their religious beliefs , these groups reject a compromise offered by the Obama administration allowing groups opposed to contraception to opt out of paying for pushing the cost onto the insurer the group stared at that compromise still forces them to authorize birth control coverage for their employees , Scalia was conservative Roman Catholic and was considered a reliable vote for the religious groups , he joined a five four majority in twenty fourteen that ruled in favor of family run come , such as hobby lobby that objected to the contraception requirement , but we did get the best the plaintiff can hope for is a four port split leaving in place lower court rulings all in favor of the Obama administration