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Discrimination is not religious liberty

November 13, 2012

Last Saturday's Denver Post featured a column by ACLU of Colorado Executive Director, Nathan Woodliff-Stanley, written in response to the Catholic Archdiocese of Denver's full page ad that appeared the previous weekend. The Catholic Archdiocese's ad claimed that the Affordable Care Act requirement that employer-provided health insurance include contraception violated religious liberty, an idea that Woodliff-Stanley says "distorts the meaning of religious liberty." Read the column here.



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