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Although I see why this is being fought as a religious belief, the truth is it's about lifestyle. Since when is birth control a health hazard, it is a lifestyle. Why should an employer have to pay the added insurance costs to cover contraceptives. I don't see them firing their employees for having extramarital sex, ...more
But is this law legal, to mandate business give health insurance to their employees? Just because we believe businesses are owned by rich people, doesn't mean they should be responsible for providing insurance.
These companies are using their constitutional rights to challenge this mandate. Why would you choo...more
I agree a hundred percent that a STATE alternative health care should be made available, as an option to those that cannot afford health insurance.
But a Federal mandate to employers to supply this is wrong. A business earning a profit is not greed, it is why they are in business. A good employer...more
let me make sure I get your question right. Should you be responsible for your own situation, pay the bills you can, or should you say it's not my fault and expect others to earn your living for you?
It is your life, your responsibilities, and the consequences of your decisions.
I do understand that life ...more
Religious rights of others are to be respected, but what you believe is not mandated. My personal beliefs only affect what I control, I do not force them on others. So if something is within my control, (coming out of my pocket), I should have something to say about it, even if it is based on my personal beliefs.