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HB 2453 ill-advised

Bill seems like a waste of valuable time

 The Kansas House of Representatives Wednesday passed by a 72-49 vote House Bill 2453, the short title of which is “Protecting religious freedom regarding marriage.” It now goes to the state Senate.
In general, the bill would prohibit government sanctions or anti-discrimination lawsuits against individuals, groups and businesses over faith-based refusals to recognize marriages, civil unions or domestic partnerships or to provide goods, services, accommodations or employment benefits to couples. Or, it would prevent lawsuits against someone who refuses, for religious reasons, to provide services to gay and lesbians.
Supporters say that the bill will protect the rights of Kansans ...

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