You often hear the rough definition of true liberty is every person’s right to do what you want up to the tip of someone else’s nose.
Does a corporate employer who believes in faith healing invade your rights when refusing to allow your health insurance to cover any medical procedure?
If the employer is a corporation, and closely held, and three of the five shareholders are faith healing believers, while the other two are dissenting physicians, does the corporate majority determine health care for an employee may only be faith healing?
Just imagine you were denied health insurance to cover your children because it defied his faith healing belief.
Some children have died because of the misguided religious faith healing belief of parents who refused medical procedures to save their children.