Bill Williamson of Jefferson (letter, June 14) gets a “right on” from me!

I read the article about the protests for religious freedom. I was halfway through the article before I realized that their idea of freedom is to make sure that those who don’t hold the same beliefs are denied rights.

Why is it that the public can be expected to pitch in a share of the cost of raising and educating the children of those who choose to have large families, and yet not contribute a tiny portion of health benefits to be used to prevent unwanted pregnancies?

The choice is simple: If you don’t believe in birth control, just don’t use it.

Diane Clay

Litchfield


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