Indiana’s recent Religious Freedom Restoration Act sparked fiery debate about whose rights are being infringed upon the most. Do civil rights trump religious rights, or vice versa? Or is there a middle-ground?
The context, and controversy, extend far beyond the Indiana and Arkansas legislatures.
Colorado bakery that refused to bake anti-gay cakes did not discriminate, state agency says http://t.co/yAtKk7tRza
— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) April 7, 2015
City of Madison makes 'nonreligion' a protected class. Ordinance is believed to be the first of its kind in nation. http://t.co/ji1BDSvqbw
— Jacob Gershman (@jacobgershman) April 2, 2015
— KOMO News (@komonews) April 6, 2015
The Weaponization of Religious Exemptions Some musings inspired by the Indiana backlash and the backlash to the… http://t.co/juVoUKmmcO
— LG&M (@lefarkins) April 2, 2015