Religious Freedom Acts are Code for Open Discrimination

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The face of religious persecution is a minority of the Christian community in the United States (conservative evangelicals) claiming authority over our faith and wielding it like a weapon against their brothers and sisters (and cousins) in faith. A group so unwilling to love, so unwilling to practice the Great Commandment, that they get the state to let them get away with breaking it.Drew Downs

I think these are attempts to gut the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause.

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