Michigan Senate committee OKs bill on moral objections
In a move proponents called a win for religious liberty and opponents said legalizes discrimination against people at their most vulnerable, a state Senate committee passed a bill Thursday that would allow Michigan's health-care providers and institutions to refuse to provide service based on moral, religious or conscientious objections.
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#1 Mar 25, 2013
Tell these [email protected] GOPers, WE are NOT a theocracy! Ban religion!
Since: Apr 13
#2 Jun 24, 2013
they should consider the patients' health first rather than some moral issues.
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