US Supreme Court and Brith Control

Some large for-profit companies are refusing to comply with the Affordable Care Act demand that they provide Birth Control benefits for their female employees. Said companies argue that contraception is against their religious beliefs.

Fair enough. Everyone is entitled to their religious beliefs.

The problem is their unfair, unbalanced minds that does not allow them to see that the same logic should apply to coverage for Viagra-like drugs.

You take it from here….

  1. Anonymous Reply

    Not really. The medicine you refer to treats an actual medical disease. Where as contraception pills do not, they either prevent pregnancy or end it.

  2. TechGazette Reply

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