Miss. Governor Signs Religious Freedom Bill
April 5, 2016
Mississippi's Republican Gov. Phil Bryant has signed a new religious freedom bill which the state legislature approved last week.
The new law states people can not be punished for a belief that gender is set at birth. It says schools or businesses can set gender-specific rules about how a person dresses or which bathroom a person must use, similar to a recent North Carolina bill.
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