Miss. Religion Bill Draws Debate on Discrimination
A gay-rights group is asking Mississippi legislators to specify that a religious-practices bill won't open the way for discrimination if it becomes law.
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#1 Mar 6, 2014
Religious superstition is self-professed behavior and it can't be independently verified
There is nothing to protect
#2 Mar 6, 2014
religious rights......for real ....that sucks......i/m not christian.....so i get pagan religious rights or I can create a religious belief or some stupid shit...... ....it's called make-em- up laws.....
#3 Mar 7, 2014
One more lost State. Broke no money no education and all backward. The State will never grow or prosper. We must not allow the State to suck money from the government because there beliefs are just discrimination.
“Equality marches on! ”
Since: Apr 08
#4 Mar 7, 2014
if all these religious groups demand laws for protection, then churches/ religious institutions should pay taxes just like any other business.
Since: Feb 09
#6 Mar 7, 2014
Of course churches should pay taxes just like any other business, when they don't pay it is an establishment of religion by the government. The Government needs to stop playing favorites and stop trying to micro-manage all our lives.
What does the Constitution say about discrimination?
What laws were written that are in violation of the Constitution?
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