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Jason EdgetteJuly 1, 2018Professor RapaCHFD220Ethical DilemmaWhen reading this article at first, I thought that they were only taking away free birth control, which I really didn’t have that much of a problem with because of how cheap it is to buycondoms. However, I do have a problem with the school taking away insurance for students because of just one small issue like birth control and find it very unethical. While I agree that the college has the right to choose what classes they teach or what majors they teach. They don’t have the right taking away insurance for young adults, that spend most of their time trying to study and get a degree, who don’t have the experience or knowledge to get a job to pay for insurance is wrong to me.One of the things that caught my eye was that Wheaton said that they argued the mandatewas an assault on religious freedom (Pashman). I completely understand if someone does not agree with something, they feel that is assaulting their freedom in any way. However, it is not ethical to take away insurance for all the students that is going to that school. The birth control