In a divided decision Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down a devastating ruling against religious freedom. The case involved Christian pharmacists in Washington state who were being forced to sell so-called “morning after pills,” which the pharmacists consider abortion, a violation of their religious beliefs.

The difference between birth control pills and “morning after pills,” with trade names like “Plan B” and “Ella,” is that the former prevents the fertilization of an egg while the later destroys an embryo after conception has occurred. READ MORE