Good step but still waiting for Senators to stand up for victims from religious orgs and families

Good step but still waiting for Senators to stand up for victims from religious orgs and families

JOAN FRAWLEY DESMOND, Tolerance, Religious Freedom, and the 2016 Election, National Catholic Register

More propaganda failing to distinguish between extreme religious liberty and actual constitutional protections. Tolerance has to work both ways

Story Hinckley, Why the case against Mississippi's religious objections law was different, The Christian Science Monitor

Inevitable ruling in MS on its apartheid law for gays MS already has most extreme rfra in US.

DO NO HARM ACT & DNHA Supporter Statements

DO NO HARM ACT Congressman Joe Kennedy III & Congressman…

Linda Greenhouse, A Supreme Court Hijacking, The New York Times

The so-called bipartisan support for RFRA fell apart before the 2000 re-enactment because it is a tool for discrimination and extreme imposition of beliefs on third parties, as I document here. The actual hijacking is the Court's aggrandizement of its power through RFRA to impose its preferred social policies and second-guess Congress.

Tierney Sneed, SCOTUS Asks Objectors To Contraceptive Opt-Out: Show Us Better Alternatives, Talking Post Memo

A question only the "least restrictive means" test would justify.