Beyond the name calling from both sides that this is either a War on Religion by the left or a War on Women by the right, where do you think we will ultimately land on this issue when the dust settles? The current rhetoric is obviously election year pandering by both parties to their respective bases. I don't understand why we cannot respect Religious freedoms by not requiring religious institutions (which needs to be clearly defined) to pay for contraception coverage but still allow the person to pay for contraceptives out of their own pocket. It would be a great over reach of power by the federal government to require churches or religious institutions (which, like I said, need to be clearly defined) to provide a service that is contrary to their core beliefs. By that same reasoning, to not allow a United States citizen access to contraception at all just because they work for a religious institution would be an equal violation of that persons individual freedom. Now, as I stated twice before, we need a clear definition of what a "religious institution" is so we don't have every Tom, Dick and Harry claiming that their business is "religious" just because they want to impose their own morality on others. We also need those lines clearly defined to protect the religious organizations from the federal government. Your thoughts?