CBA President Curtis Riskey wrote a commentary on why CBA is leading a petition before the U.S. Supreme Court related to arguments this month about whether a business has the same religious-liberty protections as an individual. As the court considers Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby, it could determine whether an individual who owns a business could be forced to pay for acts that violate personal religious principles. Riskey says for-profit companies do have the freedom to pursue moral values and express their faith as a part of conducting business. Values cannot be separated from good business practices or conscience. Read the commentary here.