A Texas judge rules coverage of anti-HIV medicine violates religious freedom

A Texas judge rules coverage of anti-HIV medicine violates religious freedom

A Texas judge rules coverage of anti-HIV medicine violates religious freedom The judge in Texas ruled that a requirement for businesses to provide health insurance that covers HIV-preventative drugs violates the religious freedom of some Christian employers.

A Texas judge rules coverage of anti-HIV medicine violates religious freedom

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The judge in Texas ruled that a requirement for businesses to provide health insurance that covers HIV-preventative drugs violates the religious freedom of some Christian employers.

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