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University of San Francisco’s (USF) two health insurance plans for employees both provide for abortion, sterilization and contraception. Continue Reading

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  1. Kaylan
    5 years ago

    I think part of the problem is "discrimination" laws, that force Catholic schools to hire non-Catholics. The non-Catholics want insurance coverage (and everything else) from a secular standpoint.
    Also, the problem deals with the majority of companies in our society that host immoral products or services. Many good Christians still shop at their local dept store or places like amazon.com even though these stores sell immoral products or cater to Planned Parenthood by donation or the same-sex activists simply because finding affordable alternatives is not there. I can imagine many schools do not support the immoral parts of the policy but cannot find or support companies that are strictly moral.

  2. John Mayer
    5 years ago

    If you are uninsured and does not have insurance, you should check out the website http://UninsuredAmerica.blogspot.com - John Mayer, California


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