A Different World

June 10, 2014 11:53 AM

Imagine if a Myrtle Beach police officer refused to patrol sinful places, citing a religious right not to have to

When should an individual’s faith views be allowed to supersede his duty to the public? Most of the debate has centered on those in retail, including pharmacists who don’t want to sell emergency contraception and caterers and florists who refuse to provide services for gay couples getting married. The Supreme Court will also decide soon if corporations can effectively claim a sort of religious conscience and refuse to provide health care plans that include particular contraception services.

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