A prominent Christian group has just scored a massive win.
Who decided that, you ask?
Well, it wasn't me.
A Texas federal judge.
On Wednesday, Judge Reed O'Connor decided that a group of Christian employers should not have to offer insurance plans that violate their religious freedom.
The main point of contention from the group of Christians was that they should not have to cover HIV prevention drugs.
The group said the act "violates their religious beliefs by making them complicit in facilitating homosexual behavior, drug use, and sexual activity outside of marriage between one man and one woman."
They shouldn't have to encourage sex outside of marriage if they don't want to.
Reed O'Connor, the judge that awarded them the victory, had been appointed by George W. Bush.
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