Religious Liberty Win for Massachusetts Churches

December 13, 2016

Four pastors in Massachusetts are dropping their lawsuit against the state after the attorney general's office revised the interpretation of a new gender identity anti-discrimination law which categorized churches as places of public accommodation. The state's move protects the First Amendment rights  of Massachusetts churches to express their beliefs about gender and sexuality and operate their bathrooms in a manner consistent with their theology.

 Read more at: http://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/us/2016/december/religious-liberty-win-for-massachusetts-churches



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