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Talking About Religious Exemptions & Service Discrimination

The Bottom Line

Several states have recently proposed legislation to allow businesses to discriminate against customers who don’t conform to the specific religious beliefs that marriage should be restricted to a man and a woman, and that sex should be restricted to such marriages. These laws encourage discrimination against same-sex couples, unmarried couples and individuals, single parents, and others.

Talking About Religious Exemptions & Service Discrimination is a guide to effective conversations that can help broaden people's understanding of how these license-to-discriminate laws can open the floodgates to discrimination not just against same-sex couples and LGBT people, but also against unmarried couples, single parents and others across a wide array of areas and businesses.

  • Talking About Religious Exemptions & Service DiscriminationDownload

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  • Movement Advancement Project