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Mississippi-decal

Mississippi Businesses May or May Not be Able to Discriminate Against LGBT Customers, but Here’s an Easy Way to Find Businesses Who Definitely Won’t

Mississippi-decal

Mississippi businesses that aren’t afraid of LGBT people patronizing them would like you to know that just because their legislature passed a silly law, they won’t cry religious freedom and throw you out.  They even came out with a nifty decal so you can find accepting businesses while window shopping!  If you’re a business owner in Mississippi who would like more information about the program, you can email info@equalitymississippi.org

Coalition of Miss. Businesses Want LGBT Customers to Know They’re Welcome – LGBTQNation

 

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Proposed Kansas Bill: Protecting Freedom of Religion or Preparing for the Inevitable?

Kansas is in the 10th District for the United States Court of Appeals, along with Utah and Oklahoma, where same-sex marriage bans were struck down in federal court.  Are Kansas lawmakers more concerned about protecting the First Amendment, or are there florists in Kansas who just don’t want their hydrangeas used for a wedding between two guys, and Kansas is afraid their own ban is at risk?

LGBTQ Nation – Analysis: Marriage Shift Has Religious Conservatives in Kansas Scrambling

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