July 7, 2016

religious freedom in Iowa

First they came for the florists | The threat to pastors’ religious freedom

A so-called “clarification” on anti-discrimination laws in the heartland makes the state the arbiter of sermons and services. In 2007, Iowa enacted a law prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. The law applies to what are known as “public accommodations.” Now federal law typically considers

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