Despite all the rhetoric concerning religious organizations and the ACA, I find that almost no one knows the facts of what the groups are being asked to do. First please understand that actual churches are exempt. The other groups are being asked to do one thing and one thing only. They are being asked to fill in a form indicating that they are religiously affiliated and opposed to their insurance plan providing contraception. Once that is done their insurance company (or another party) will contact their employees. If the employee want coverage it will be provided from the third party directly to the employee. There is no further requirement/cost/action required from the religious organization. After the form filing They are not involved in any manner. The process will be identical to the employee getting a separate policy on their own. Is it reasonable to deny the employee even the right to get their own coverage? That is exactly what those who are against this are suggesting. I repeat there is no violation of any church policy because the religious group is not being required to do anything except verify that they want to not have coverage. For the life of me I cannot figure out what the anti-coverage people are even upset about, there literally is no there, there!