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Complicit as Sin

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Complicit as Sin  —  This article considers current freedom-of-religion cases as an extended effort to legitimize discrimination and stereotypes and also harm human dignity.   The writer cites legal arguments and court cases as evidence that religious conscience exemptions do tangible and significant harm and that harms from religious freedom claims in the health care context are broad and systematized.  The article represents a line of reasoning that anyone following the events may want to know about.  See also Conscience Wars.

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