Skip to comments.Anti-gay marriage bill wins Kan. House's approval
Posted on 02/13/2014 6:08:12 PM PST by NKP_Vet
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) Gay-rights advocates are lashing out at the Kansas House's leading Democrat, saying he showed only tepid opposition to a bill protecting people who, based on their religious beliefs, discriminate against gays and lesbians.
Minority Leader Paul Davis, a Lawrence Democrat who's also running for governor, voted against the measure, which the House passed 72-49 on Wednesday, sending it to the state Senate.
The bill would prohibit government sanctions or anti-discrimination lawsuits against individuals, groups and businesses over faith-based refusals to recognize marriages, civil unions or domestic partnerships or to provide goods, services, accommodations or employment benefits to couple
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WELL DONE. You put the idiots in the Indiana legislature to shame.
KS newspaper editors will be writing poison pen editorials tomorrow. More than usual, I mean. Their pet poli-sci prof columnists will be sneering more than usual.
Bills like this shouldn’t be limited to the context of religion.
No one should be forced to advance the cause of immoral behavior.
Glad that Kansas still has faith in God and traditional marriage.
Wow. That is shockingly close to the post I was going to write.
Grin. Mine was inspired by several Jamisons...and the firm belief that there are few people in America less truly tolerant than those who claim to be tolerant. Or something like that.
They’ve already done so.<p”Oh the humanity, oh the discrimination, no reason for it other than ‘encouraging hatred.’”
Need MORE actions like this!
ARRIVING IN GOMORRAH