Noah Millman is wrestling with a fair-minded compromise between a government trying to enforce a right to health care and religious employers trying to follow their institutional conscience. He comes up with ending private health insurance. But it seems to me what he has discovered is the inherent problem of rights that impose unequal obligations on others to be fulfilled. More rights for me means fewer rights for thee.
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