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Such bills, often misleadingly described as “conscience clauses,” may allow providers (parents, companies, landlords, health care workers, shopkeepers, etc.) to refuse services based on the provider’s personal religious beliefs.
For instance, about 10 states have passed bills permitting religious child placement agencies to refuse to work with LGBTQ couples or children.
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The Freedom From Religion Foundation proudly unveils its debut essay contest for law school students.
Law students from all over the country are invited to submit an 850-1,000 word essay on “What's wrong with ‘Religious Exemption or Refusal’ laws?