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To grant the exclusion that christian religion businesses pine for is to respect an establishment of that religion businesses above all other religion businesses and above those who are guided by their own conscience. This action would violate Amendments One, Four an Fourteen of our constitution.
Among the inalienable rights that we must preserve for our citizens are the exclusive use of the body which we operate and the use of decision to manage our daily activity and determine our future.
Contraception, male and female, is a decision which manages the daily activity and determines the future. Contraceptive methods involve the exclusive use of the body.
The Public Option will be a safe haven for all persons who want unrestricted access to the reproductive health care and all other health care offered under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The insurance exchange, under PPACA can offer all persons and employers who want religion restricted or moral conviction restricted health care, the choices they seek which align with religious or moral conviction. Have it your way by choosing the Public Health Care Option. Have it your way by choosing an insurer, in the insurance exchange, which excludes what you oppose.
Keep in mind that contraceptives have medical applications as well as family planning and future planning and career planning applications. The medical application of oral contraceptives can mitigate and or prevent acne, breast pain, dysmenorrhea, ovarian cysts, metrorrhagia, mittelschmerz, ovarian and endometrial cancer, premenstrual syndrome, uterine fibroid tumors and iron deficiency anemia. The term "reproductive health care" is far from a misnomer just because oral contraceptives prevent unwanted pregnancy and preclude abortion.