A few days ago, we saw three states were debating the "religious freedom" bills for adoption agencies. Unfortunately, two of them approved these bills: Oklahoma and Kansas.
Head of the Family Research Council hate group, Tony Perkins, has joined the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF).
The ACLU of Michigan filed a lawsuit against the state and its "religious freedom" law.
President Donald Trump signed the executive order to expand religious freedom.
Back in Tasmania where a few days ago we had great news because, for the first time, the two legislative chambers agreed to support the legalization of marriage equality in Australia and here today we learn that the government wants to amend the Anti-Discrimination Act to allow religious freedom and therefore approve the discrimination of LGBTQ people.
Last Friday, a federal appeals court rejected the request of the Mississippi to apply its religious freedom law.
Last Friday, Ellen Page was left facing the Republican candidate Ted Cruz over LGBT rights.
Yesterday, the Oklahoma Senate approved a measure that will protect the clergy and churches who don't want to celebrate same-sex marriages.
While a few days ago Kansas City approved an non-discrimination order, a bill to allow public and private employees to refuse to serve same-sex couples on the basis of their religious beliefs may be submitted at the next legislative session in the state.
Incredible but true! 250 religious leaders (bishops, pastors, rabbis,…) decided to push the Religious Freedom and the Marriage Fairness Act which will push at the same time as a result, the legalization of marriage equality in Illinois.