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Jeff Sessions claims there’s no compelling reason to protect against anti-LGBTQ discrimination

In a new interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network, Attorney General Sessions takes the position that the anti-gay baker whose case is headed to the Supreme Court has the right to discriminate against gay and bi people because of his religious beliefs. In his remarks, Sessions admitted he shares the opinion that a baker who […]
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