Which is what a lot of the screaming about the Indiana law is about. Which brings me to this article from Volokh on the subject of religious freedom laws. The basic from way down in the piece:
The government’s requiring people to do something they sincerely believe
is religiously forbidden, or even financially pressuring them to do so,
is a classic example of what the Justice Brennan / ACLU view thought
was presumptively unconstitutional.