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Religious freedom?

The right to discriminate

A sign that can be found in some business establishment reads, “We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.”
However, it’s illegal to refuse service for reasons that are illegal. Thus, one modern version of the sign reads, “We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone — Except for blacks and gays and the disabled.”
In the future, Kansans may have more freedom to show their prejudices, in the name of religious freedom. A Kansas House committee on Thursday approved a bill aimed at protecting individuals, groups and businesses that refuse for religious reasons to recognize same-sex unions ...

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