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Ethical Dilemma Erica Price Ethical Dilemma Natasha Houston 1/28/2018
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Ethical Dilemma Is it ethical to stop providing health insurance to the students all because the ACA (Affordable Care Act) mandates contraceptive coverage which Christian organizations are against? Religiously I find the views are more of a personal opinion as nothing states in the bible that contraceptives are sinful, if you are the kind of person who base their life on the bible anyways. Many people want to believe that they are doing the right thing at that very moment, but when it comes to ethics and how contraceptives are viewed are often mixed with feelings but feelings are a personal decision made by people from either ones’ experience, or views of their own life. Ethics are just a way to say what is good for the people in this society and maybe Wheaton college which whom are Christian believers, believe that they are doing the greater good by halting their student’s health care coverage. The health care coverage does state that “ religious employers who do not currently offer contraceptive coverage would not have to comply with the requirement for a year and new regulations would be developed and finalized by the end of the year to accommodate religious concerns while ensuring access to this benefit” (The Cost of Covering Contraceptives, 2012). So why halt the coverage overall? Why not provide health care coverage and get a pass on the contraception due to their religious beliefs? The changes that were made for religious employers “ the Obama administration proposed changes under which birth
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