A friend posted this:
"If Hobby Lobby can opt out of birth control being supplied by its insurance company because of its religious beliefs, then a Scientologist employer can deny psychological coverage, Jehovah's Witness can deny covering blood transfusions, a Mormon can refuse to cover any medicine that uses alcohol. Just because you employ a person does not mean you have the right to make medical decisions for them."
What do you think? Should an employer have the right to make these decisions, based on their own personal beliefs about god and medicine? Should an employer who believes only in natural, homeopathic cures be able to deny his employees traditional medical coverage?Answer Question
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i love this comic...cept this time its not the GOP but rather companies.
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