Keith Backman writes: Sincerely held religious beliefs, being constitutionally protected, are a lightning rod for this type of controversy — witness the recent flap over insurance coverage for women’s health services. Yet freedom of religion should not obligate any institution to extend to religious organizations accommodations or privileges that it does not extend to nonreligious groups.
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