Yesterday the Supreme Court further expanded the "rights" of corporations in their decision for Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. The Court majority ruled that corporations have the right to freedom of religion under the First Amendment. This sets the precedent that they can opt out of following laws if they violate the corporation's "religious beliefs".
Move to Amend strongly believes in the protection of Freedom of Religion under the First Amendment -- for human beings.
Regardless of your position on the details of the case as they relate to contraception, or the Affordable Care Act, or your personal religious beliefs, we hope you can see how alarming it is to make the case that a corporation itself has a religion. A corporation is separate from the individual owners by definition because of limited liability -- if an owner wants to be separate from their organization to shield themselves from responsibility for the corporation's actions, it makes no sense that they can also imbue the organization with something so personal as their religion.