In response to "Individual religious liberties trump rights of corporations" (editorial Oct. 25), the 3rd Circuit and the 6th Circuit have it right.
I firmly believe that our Constitution bestows us our rights as individuals, so while the individual owners (shareholders) of the corporation have these rights, the corporation itself does not. Or should not.
However, the corporation should have the right to form all policies and practices for itself in its own interest -- whether that is of a religious nature or not. If an individual doesn't like those policies or practices, they have the right to not work for that company or to not use its services or products.
It should be the same as for religious organizations and churches. They hold their beliefs and we have the choice to join them or not.