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Contraception-limiting bill would set a dangerous precedent

As people of faith and religious leaders in our communities, we oppose House Bill 2625. Should HB2625 land on your desk, we urge you to veto this bill. HB2625 is not about religious freedom. In fact, it is just the opposite. This bill allows employers to impose their religious beliefs on their employees.

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