In anticipation of the Affordable Care Act's requirement that large employers must provide health insurance to employees who work 30 hours or more a week, last May the LDS Church-owned Deseret Industries cut workers' hours to avoid having to give them insurance. It did this in order to "serve as many people as possible."
Some people grumbled about the church's insensitivity to the needs of these people; others pointed out that many of these people qualified for Medicaid and would thus have health insurance.
So it now seems a bit odd that when Utah's churches join together in petitioning Utah Gov. Gary Herbert to expand Medicaid for the very employees who the LDS Church refuses to cover people who can't afford insurance on their $7.25 an hour wage the church is silent.