“Standards of Care” don’t mean you perform every procedure possible. You can make referrals, etc.
What if business need of a medical facility dictates that all of your personnel need to be able and willing to provide all services at all times? They'd have to let the RN that doesn't prescribe contraceptives go and hire one that does, no? Well, the measure is intended to shield
that RN from termination.
What happened keeping big government out of business? Or does this only apply when the government is instituting protections for groups that conservatives don't like?
And again, it’s “free exercise”, not “exercise with a bunch of conditions”.
But it isn't. Exercise of religion has not been, isn't, and can't ever be unconditionally free. The government is already compelling everyone to certain types of behavior that produce desirable outcomes, based on broad social accord. In many cases, it does that without consideration for your religious beliefs. That's a point which has been brought up multiple times in this discussion and which I haven't seen your address adequately yet.
Otherwise, what? Chop someone's head of and claim that is a constitutionally protected right to exercise your worship of Kali Ma without "a bunch of conditions"?