Re “Religious rights case at high court could have a ripple effect,” March 24
The religious right wants to take us back to the good old days when women were denied access to birth control and contraception. The fundamentalists in all religions have this in common: They discriminate against women, and they want to control them.
The Supreme Court must decide whether for-profit companies, because of the religious objections of the owners, can deny employees the health coverage to which they are entitled by law.
Hobby Lobby has 13,000 employees from all walks of life and religious persuasions. How can its owners impose their religious convictions on others?