As per the discussion we were having. The Supreme Court has recently decided that Hobby Lobby's religious freedom protects it from having to help pay for insurance that has something they morally disagree with. In this case, it was four specific types of contraceptives. The question, however, is how far this extends medically. That isn't all, however. There is a case where a man states that his religious freedom is being infringed on as he was removed from the neighborhood watch for being a member of the KKK. I believe he was a Grand Dragon, if I'm remembering the information correctly. Does this use of the defense of Religious Freedom make sense to you? How far does the umbrella of religious freedom extend in your opinion?