It's business as usual for a national craft and hobby store at the center of a national debate over birth control and religious freedom.
The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that for-profit companies like Hobby Lobby are not required to provide employees coverage for birth control if it conflicts with the owners' religious beliefs.
Opponents of the the decision have protested at some of the chain's 600 locations nationwide.
Today on WLRN-Miami Herald News, you heard:
Kate GeMeiner, in a pixie haircut and a sensible brown pantsuit, holds up what, from the back of the room, appears to be a see-through balloon. It isn’t.
“Never use Vaseline with a condom,” she says in her best announcer’s voice. “Never, only KY jelly.”
The audience sits in rapt silence.
“And before you use a condom, check it for the expiration date.”
In a corner, a couple of women titter.