Supreme Court ruling means employers can control women's choices

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Regarding the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling regarding the contraception “opt out”: Was this ruling a help for women who might not be able to afford protection against unwanted pregnancy? Whose “right of freedom of choice” did this ruling affect? Was it for the owner of a business or for the female worker?

I see it as overzealous business owners controlling “freedom of choice” of their female workers.

No religious factor should be involved in U.S. laws. Any one religion should not be the enforced law for all our people.

We should think of laws that would bring peace to this planet before we wipe it out.

DESPINA A. XENAKIS
Brookline


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