WASHINGTON -- The Little Sisters of the Poor and other religious groups want the Supreme Court to free them from the government's requirement that the...
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Should we be talking about how to respect the rights of employers who are religiously affiliated? Yes. But the women who work for them aren't legal fictions; the realities of their lives must be part of the conversation.
Opponents of the recent contraceptive coverage announcement by the Department of Health & Human Services are trying to twist this major advance on contraception into a fight about abortion.
Allowing women to make decisions based on their conscience when it comes to key matters of family and health is an example of religious liberty at its best.
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