California Bill Bans Churches from Enforcing Religious Beliefs
March 28, 2017
A new California bill could prevent faith-based organizations from enforcing their own ethical standards and codes.
Many religious organizations ask new employees to sign a code of conduct that aligns with what the Bible says about abortion, contraception, and sex outside of marriage. However, a new bill called AB 569 calls these provisions discriminatory and says they should be banned.
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