Congress refuses to undertake passing immigration reform because they do not trust the President to enforce such a law - which it would be the duty of Congress to oversee and, if necessary, to correct? Meanwhile, the lack of such legislation works to the detriment of both citizens and hopeful citizens? also:
Let me get this straight. The application of female worker’s wages to health care options that are objectionable to the employer should be denied to those workers. The objection of some employers to be burdened with assistance to women in need of some forms of care, as a consequence of operating a business, is considered a matter of Christian conscience? Regardless of the violation of Christian principles by denying aid to those in need; is there no exclusivity of business practices (for tendering profit) from religious speech (for proffering social doctrine)? If the purpose of a business (regardless of whether family or corporate owned) is not explicitly/exclusively to offer religious direction or promote religious interests then how can that business insist that religious reasons direct its operation within the law?