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Faith-Based Denial-Of-Care Rule

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Under the broad scope of the protections, health care workers can deny treatment or preventative care for AIDS or HIV, refuse to give hormone therapy treatment and transition-related care, and object to helping with in vitro fertilization for women who are single or in a lesbian or interfaith relationship.

https://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/entry/legal-challenges-trump-conscience-protection_n_5d0190a4e4b0985c41978d31

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The evangelicals are hijacking the country one stupid law at a time,  if this comes to be, well lets hope they can extend this to providing any care  whatsoever to a proven liars, philanderer and adulterers which seems to cover most of the republican party at present.

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The Administration guidance is going to get struck down. 

The Hobby Lobby case was not a broad affirmation - it was a very narrow focused ruling.  Just like the conscientious objector exception for war and the draft.  

 

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7 hours ago, Mid said:

Under the broad scope of the protections, health care workers can deny treatment or preventative care for AIDS or HIV, refuse to give hormone therapy treatment and transition-related care, and object to helping with in vitro fertilization for women who are single or in a lesbian or interfaith relationship.

https://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/entry/legal-challenges-trump-conscience-protection_n_5d0190a4e4b0985c41978d31

Sounds like these folks need to find a new line of work.  

 

 

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4 hours ago, cmilliken said:

The Administration guidance is going to get struck down. 

The Hobby Lobby case was not a broad affirmation - it was a very narrow focused ruling.  Just like the conscientious objector exception for war and the draft.  

 

It -should- get struck down but may not be. The Hobby Lobby case may, technically, not be a case of broad principle but many see it that way. And it's the nose of the camel, it shouldn't be in the tent under any circumstances but now that it's there, you know a lot of pushing and shoving is going to ensue whichever side the camel ends up on.

-DSK

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39 minutes ago, another 505 sailor said:

Is it ok now to have a sincerely held religious belief to deny service to religious people?

that interferes with freedom of religion, per the administration.

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