With Trump in the White House, "it is more important than ever for Congress to make clear that this law is a shield for religious freedom—not a sword for discrimination.”
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Yet another legal skirmish about religious imposition, brought to you by the conservative Becket Fund.
And Republican lawmakers in Kansas would cancel their whole telemedicine law if they can't keep a ban on abortion in it. Priorities!
Also: How do I be myself when I don't know who that "self" is?
And the Religious Right goes after more taxpayer funding for religion, this time in New Mexico.
Civil rights groups believe that the U.S. Senate version of the bill, which establishes crimes against law enforcement as hate crimes, is significantly worse.