Judge Andrew Napolitano was on “The Kelly File” tonight to discuss a Supreme Court case on a key challenge to the Affordable Care Act.

Napolitano said the Supreme Court will rule on whether or not the government can force for-profit businesses to pay for contraceptive services for their employees.

The Affordable Care Act mandates that any business with 50 or more employees provides workers with health care that includes contraceptives at no cost.

Napolitano said the court will have to rule on whether corporations have religious protection under the First Amendment and if the religious views of shareholders trump federal law.

If the Supreme Court rules “yes” on those two issues, then Napolitano said the case would be a ”significant gutting of the Affordable Care Act.”

Napolitano believes the court will rule in favor of shareholders’ religious liberties.

Watch his full analysis above.


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