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Mississippi passes potentially anti-LGBT "religious freedom" bill

gaywrites:

Lawmakers in Mississippi’s House and Senate yesterday passed a “religious freedom” bill that could easily be used to justify discrimination against LGBT people. 

Similar to (but not exactly like) a controversial bill that failed recently in Arizona, the measure would allow residents to sue over laws they felt placed burdens on their religious beliefs. This could provide a pathway to incidents of legal religious-based anti-LGBT discrimination, like business owners refusing to serve LGBT people or students being allowed to express anti-LGBT beliefs and bullying in school. 

The two sides disagree on whether the version passed Tuesday would allow discrimination against gays and lesbians on religious grounds. Another provision of the bill will add the words “In God We Trust” to the state flag, a priority of Gov. Phil Bryant’s (R). Bryant said earlier this month he would sign a previous version of the legislation. …

“We remain hopeful that courts throughout the state will reject any attempts to use religion to justify discrimination,” Jennifer Riley-Collins, executive director of Mississippi’s ACLU chapter, said in her own statement. “Nobody should be refused service because of who they are.”

Similar bills are pending in Missouri and Oklahoma, and it wouldn’t surprise me if another hoard of red states joined in if any of these bills is signed into law. That’s really scary. 

What.. Really no I live in this bigoted state

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