Burdening employees

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The notion that requiring a secular business to provide complete health insurance for its employees limits anyone’s religious freedom is ridiculous (“Jewish orgs on either side of Hobby Lobby case,” WJW, March 20).  The employees, not the owners, choose which health services to use, and it is the employees who would be burdened by having the business owners’ religious views imposed on them.

It is a shame that the Orthodox community has chosen to align itself with the Christian right on First Amendment religion issues, thereby undermining the protections accorded to minority religious views.


STUART ENDICK
Burke

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