In response to:

Over Governor’s Veto, Missouri Enacts Religious Exemptions on Abortion Pill Mandate

K.C.4 Wrote: Sep 15, 2012 1:57 PM
"...nor prohibit the free expression thereof..." finaly has a meaning in Missouri
On Wednesday, Missouri lawmakers ignored the warnings of the Obama administration and overrode their governor’s veto to enact religious exemptions to the abortion pill mandate.

The bill, which passed through the state senate on a 26-6 vote and through the house on a 109-45 vote, is now law in Missouri and provides citizens of that state with serious religious freedom protections.

Not only that, but the new law actually provides the extra safeguard of giving Missourians grounds on which to sue should their religious exemptions be violated.

According to the Associated Press: