Staff members who work at a women’s medical clinic are required to provide clients with information about various community resources available to them on a variety of medical conditions.

 

Staff members who work at a women’s medical clinic are required to provide clients with information about various community resources available to them on a variety of medical conditions. Some of the resources include information regarding abortions. One staff member claims that her religious beliefs do not permit her to provide information about abortions, which is against her religion. The director of the clinic claims it would cause an undue hardship to accommodate her religious beliefs.

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