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While Millions Still Lack Water And Electricity, Puerto Rico’s Senate Voted To Approve LGBT Discrimination

A religious freedom bill passed this week would allow government workers to deny services to LGBT citizens.
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GEORGIA: State Senate Approves Bill To Legalize Anti-Gay Discrimination

LGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Via Project Q Atlanta: The Georgia Senate easily approved a controversial "religious freedom" bill that LGBT critics and faith leaders have derided as an anti-gay effort to allow discrimination. State Sen. Josh McKoon's bill, S.B. 1...

Kentucky Senate Passes ‘License to Discriminate’ Bill That Undoes 8 LGBT Rights Ordinances

LGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Kentucky’s Senate on Tuesday passed a ‘religious freedom’ bill that provides businesses in the state a carte blanche license to discriminate against LGBT citizens. Senate Bill 180 was proposed by Senator Albert Robinson (R) and was…...

KANSAS: House Passes Bill Legalizing Discrimination Against LGBT Citizens

LGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

By a vote of 72-49, this afternoon the Kansas House approved a bill which allows businesses to reject LGBT customers on the basis of "sincerely held religious beliefs." The bill would bar government sanctions when individuals, group...

Indiana Senate Passes Bill Allowing Anti-Gay Discrimination On Religious Grounds: VIDEO

LGBT / Gay : Towleroad

On February 23rd, the Indiana Senate voted 40-10 in favor of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act which will allow private businesses, individuals and organizations to discriminate against LGBT people on religious grounds

Kentucky Senate Passes “Religious Freedom” Bill That Would Allow Businesses To Discriminate Against LGBT People

LGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

Kentucky's State Senate voted 22 to 16 on Tuesday to approve a bill that will allow businesses to discriminate against LGBT customers on the basis of "religious freedom."

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