Speaker Gunn Responds to Passage of SB 2681

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3 Responses

  1. Chelsea says:

    We passed this? Really? What religious freedom have I stomped on? I am asked to bow my head at my kids school, I’m asked to have a moment of silent prayer during assemblies, at graduations I’m told we need to open with a prayer. When the hell have I walked in your church, school, or assembly and told you ‘ok everyone, circle up we’re going to call the quarters now and bless the area, after that then we can continue.’ Never. Religious freedom? Right to discriminate. Anyone who is with this bill should be nothing short of ashamed. Period. Christians tell people they are being discriminated against when the ONLY RELIGION MAKING LAWS IN THIS COUNTRY is Christianity. This is the worst state for children and women to live in, and I’m pretty sure we’ll be moving soon. I thought at least someone in the legislature of our state would have half a brain, guess it was a little much to hope for.

  2. Ted Atkinson says:

    It’s worth adding to this “news” item that Speaker Gunn is conveniently leaving out the fact that what passed in the U.S. House and Senate was later declared unconstitutional.

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