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Obama Administration Issues Bogus "Compromise" on Birth Control Mandate

JMSilver Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 3:40 PM
Isn't asking your religion/religious views during an interview or on a job application considered discriminatory practice? Then how can a religious organization hire persons who share their religious views without asking such and thus risking a job discrimination lawsuit?
psydoc Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 4:01 PM
The exception to this rule is where the attribute is central to the job. For example, you may ask a candidate about their religion if you are a religious organization.

The Obama administration is offering a bogus compromise on its ObamaCare contraception mandate as it tries to get out from underneath a mountain of lawsuits citing religious freedom.

The so-called compromise announced by Health and Human Services Friday shows that "religious" employers such as hospitals and charities can get out of the mandate while religious businesses such as Hobby Lobby are still stuck with providing for coverage and free birth control for employees.

Exemption for Religious Employers

Group health plans of “religious employers” are exempted from having to provide contraceptive coverage, if they...