Students offer different views regarding the ongoing employer birth control coverage issue.
Religious organizations should be exempt from covering birth control
Catholics are traditionally opposed to birth control and being forced to provide it for their employees creates a moral dilemma. Though some exceptions to the mandate have been made, they do little to respect personal and religious convictions.
Employer birth control coverage is not an attack on religious freedom
Though it may go against the ideas of those in charge of religiously affiliated institutions, they should not be granted the right to deny their employees access to medical treatment and preventative measures that they would receive under another employer according to the law.