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If my belief is that my place of business should not provide contraceptive services for its employees, is my exercise of religion violated when the law says I must?
In my opinion your religious beliefs start and end with your own contraceptive choices and don't extend to your employees. In point of fact, the law does not say any business owner "must" provide contraceptive services for its employees ... it says that employees must have access to contraceptive services through the insurance provider.http://www.npr.org/2012/02/10/146709357/new-policy-makes-insurers-pay-for-birth-control exercise vs. imposeLook 'em up.
And if an employer objects to his employees getting contraceptive services through their health insurance, can he also make them work for free lest they buy these same services with their salaries?
YES YES and YES!Incidently we've removed word verification from FoJ and there isno increase in spam. :-)
IT ... where do Igo to do that?
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