The cost of conscience
WASHINGTON — Two of the top news stories this past week have revolved around reproductive rights, though both raise far more troubling issues than a woman’s right to contraception or abortion.
The more compelling questions concern a person’s or an institution’s freedom of conscience and the right to act upon one’s moral beliefs without fear of intimidation and/or government coercion.
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