Louisiana Nurse Wins State Supreme Court Battle in Plan B Conscience Case
by Steven Ertelt LifeNews.com Editor
May 20, 2009
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Baton Rouge, LA (LifeNews.com) — A Louisiana nurse won her battle at the state Supreme Court last Friday when it refused to hear a hospital’s appeal of a lower court decision siding with her. The nurse, Toni Lemly, sued St. Tammany Parish Hospital in 2005 after it refused to grant a reasonable accommodation for her religious beliefs.
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See this is where it gets confusing to me.
The hospital is the gooferment for all intents and purposes.
The Constitution says we have religious freedom.
So now we taxpayers have to pay for when the gooferment doesn’t follow its own rules.
And, exactly how does this punish anyone but the taxpayer?
Can I get off this delusional merry go round? It’s making me sick.
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