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Response to freshwest (Reply #5)

Wed Dec 26, 2012, 07:59 PM

14. Yes. If an employee does not want birth control then they don't. If they do, no business

should have any right to dictate their Religious beliefs when they make a killing off of the public, who carry varied beliefs. Where does any business have any right to "punish" employees for their choices? What a pile of crud.

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