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Religious Accommodations bill draws protests from LGBT group

By: Magnolia Tribune - March 30, 2016

Religious Accommodations Bill debated at the capitol

JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) – Tuesday, a group of protesters converged on the state capitol, to rally against House Bill 15-23. If passed, they say the bill would allow religious organizations and private companies to openly discriminate against members of the L-G-B-T community.

“Discrimination is something we will not tolerate especially against people and HB 1523 specifically targets L-B-G-T Mississippians,” said Human Rights Campaign of Mississippi State Director Rob Hill.

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3/29/16

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