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The government's efforts to force Hobby Lobby, run by a devout Christian family, to pay for abortifacient products in its employee health insurance is featured in the docudrama, "One Generation Away," which was viewed in some 200 churches by simulcast Feb. 4. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki, File)
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The government's efforts to force Hobby Lobby, run by a devout Christian family, to pay for abortifacient products in its employee health insurance is featured in the docudrama, "One Generation Away," which was viewed in some 200 churches by simulcast Feb. 4. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki, File)

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