Thursday, October 19, 2006

This was predictable.
New York's highest court ruled Thursday that social service agencies run by the Roman Catholic Church and other faiths must provide birth-control coverage to their employees, even if they consider contraception a sin.
State law requires coverage for, among other things, prescription contraceptives.

And when gay marriage - not unions, but marriages -- is legal, you can bet that all churches will, despite their moral stance, be required to perform gay marriages. Or no marriages at all.

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