This State Is Forcing LGBT 'Accommodations' Rule on Churches
September 15, 2016
Opponents of Massachusetts's new bathroom law are racing to complete a signature drive by Oct. 6 to place a repeal measure on the ballot in 2018. The law forbids discrimination on the basis of gender identity in places of public accommodation and provides no religious exemption for churches that hold events open to the public. It goes into effect Oct. 1, two years before the state would have the chance to vote on the issue.
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