Still, I'm troubled by the very flawed logic of this thing actually passing any legislature. Ostensibly, members of any state legislative body are educated, often lawyers. How enough of them could even contemplate passing a law legalizing discrimination is baffling. How they can't see the potential pitfalls is equally ponderous. If it goes through, just wait to see what other "religious freedoms" will be protected with this thing, and what other religions start taking advantage of it. Idiots.
BREAKING: AZ Senate Passes 'Right to Discriminate' Bill
This afternoon, on a party-line 17-13 vote, Republicans in the Arizona Senate bucked the national trend and gave final approval to SB 1062, a GOP-led bill that would create a special "right" to discriminate against LGBT people on the basis of religion. . .
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