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Tuesday, 15 March 2016 01:19

Senators From Missouri Approve The Religious Exemption

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In Missouri, Republican senators obtained, by a 23-9 vote, the opportunity to introduce a bill that would prohibit the government to prosecute individuals and any businesses that would refuse to serve or to provide goods for marriage ceremonies or celebrations of same-sex couples based on their religious beliefs.

Democrats have tried to oppose this legislation by all means during more than 39 hours, but unfortunately the Republicans have found a way to pass the legislation to a vote.

This legislation is not only a simple law since it will bring a change in the constitution of Missouri.

The bill must now be passed by the Senate again before heading to the House. If approved, the legislation would go on to the ballot later this year.


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