Iowa Commission Revises Church Transgender Bathroom Regulations Brochure; Problems Remain, ADF Says

July 12, 2016

The Iowa Civil Rights Commission revised their online brochure that previously stated transgender bathroom provisions in state law apply to churches when the service is open to the public.

Alliance Defending Freedom praised the move but said problems remain when a government commission is provided the authority to decide which church activities are religious and thus protected by freedom of religion.

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