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Should religious organizations be required to provide health insurance to their employees that includes coverage for birth control even though it runs counter to their beliefs?

Should religious organizations be required to provide health insurance to their employees that includes coverage for birth control even though it runs counter to their beliefs?
  • Yes they should be required

    Yes they should be required to provide health care insurance to their employees no matter what. Is it really a religions business what 2 people do in their bedrooms? No it is not I think they need to mind their own business and let people make a decision for themselves. There are people who don't want kids but they get stuck with them and then they abuse their kids because of this type of thinking and propaganda from the religious sectors.

  • No, religious organizations should not have to provide coverage for things that go against their beliefs

    Religious organizations should not be forced to provide coverage for procedures that are contrary to their fundamental beliefs. Religious organizations whose basic beliefs center around the sanctity of life should not have to offer medical coverage that includes abortion. If a religious organization is against birth control, then they should not have to provide coverage for that. Religious organizations with a proven record of what their beliefs are should be respected and allowed to uphold their beliefs.

  • No, religious organizations should not be expected to go against their beliefs.

    I believe religious organizations should be required to provide health insurance to their employees, but I do not think they should be required to provide coverage for birth control. There are many religions who openly and actively oppose any form of birth control. Their members are well aware of their church's position, so they should not expect them to cover birth control.

  • They have the right.

    No, religious organizations should not be required to provide health insurance to their employees that includes coverage for birth control even though it runs counter to their beliefs, because they should not be prevented from practicing their beliefs. They should be given an exemption, because we have freedom of religion in this country.


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