They decided only those four methods of birth control can be withheld.
They decided a private corporation can object to all forms of birth control.
okay with that.
I get that some may see the religious freedom of the business owner is important in denying coverages of some medical procedures, but what should my employer care what I do with my body and the insurance that I also pay for.
Labor and Corporations will always be having disagreements, but I think many are missing my point of my first post. If it comes to individuals making choices that directly effect me, I trust the government more then a corporation. Others may not see it that way...
Sirius just terminated one of their DJs for stupid tweets. I actually support that decision. Employers should have the right to terminate people who they believe negatively impact the company.
But that story, like what we're discussing, all have nothing to do with the Hobby Lobby decision.
Personally, I trust government make laws, but not to make choices for me. I want my rights protected by the government, but not my personal decisions made for me.
"God is the name by which I designate all things which cross my path violently and recklessly, all things which alter my plans and intentions, and change the course of my life, for better or for worse."
-C G Jung