Andrew Napolitano on Obamacare's Threats to Religious Freedom


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Pascual De Ruvo

Today, writes Andrew Napolitano, the free exercise of religion is under attack by the government. When Congress enacted the Affordable Health Care Act—which Napolitano prefers to call Obamacare because it is President Obama's brainchild, his signature legislation, and because there is nothing affordable about it—members of Congress must have known that the law would impose obligations upon persons that would force them to engage in behavior in violation of their religious beliefs.