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Re: Indiana passes RFRA. Outrage ensues.
« Reply #1 on: March 30, 2015, 08:50:50 pm »
I have nothing against homosexuality or anybody's sexuality at that, one of cousins which I love to death is gay(he's 27, I'm straight). But if they start to discriminate people over sexuality in the future,then yah I'm going to be very angry. That's what seemed to be happening so this does bother me.
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Re: Indiana passes RFRA. Outrage ensues.
« Reply #2 on: March 31, 2015, 05:01:28 am »
 This is the 12th state to pass it's own version of an already existing fed law . That being said, this is the fist state to rase concerns. If twelve states before this one didn't raise concerns then there has to be something wrong within the writing of this version.

The good news is Ive seen that most businesses are putting up signs saying they don't support the new law.

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Re: Indiana passes RFRA. Outrage ensues.
« Reply #3 on: April 17, 2015, 12:18:36 pm »
Seems some people feel the need to pass laws based on religious beliefs. I can understand that, but
they need to remember this country was started by people who weren't allowed to practice their own
beliefs religious or not due to oppressive governments.

That's why the bill of rights was created. To help keep people from stepping on others just because
they don't like how they live.

Hopefully this is a wakeup call to others that there are radicals wanting to change our country to fit
their own beliefs and no one elses.

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Re: Indiana passes RFRA. Outrage ensues.
« Reply #4 on: June 20, 2015, 07:47:50 pm »
Because of these laws that are not only in Indiana many people are now being discriminated against. Now any person that works in a business that supports the law can simply deny a person service just because of their orientation. For instance, a person that is openly gay can be refused a sandwich at a delicatessen that is in support of this type of law... Apparently it is the 1950s again...
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