Running head: AN ETHICAL DILEMMAAnethical dilemmais a difficult situation that often includes a deceptive psychological conflict between moral necessities; for instance, if one were to obey then that individual would result in disobeying another. In other words an ethical dilemma becomes a sticky situation. Religion and personal rights are two very heated controversies, especially whenthey go head to head. This type of issue tends to affect individuals passionately. I can see how Wheaton College vs. Burwell would be a heated debate. According to religionandpolitics.org (2014), many believed that the case concerning Wheaton College vs. Burwell was in fact not a constitutional decision, since the case was won on a religious basis, more specifically, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993. The Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which is also known as RFRA, is a constitutional law designed to protect religious interests and to ensure their freedom. I believe that if this school choice to exercise their religious rights than they have the right to do so. I suppose a student from Wheaton College can run over to Planned Parenthood and receivefree birth control rather than trying to find affordable health insurance that will cover birth control.