There are areas where the law already goes too far in allowing religious organisations to discriminate through broad exemptions in federal and state discrimination laws.

There are areas where the law already goes too far in allowing religious organisations to discriminate through broad exemptions in federal and state discrimination laws.

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There are areas where the law already goes too far in allowing religious organisations to discriminate through broad exemptions in federal and state discrimination laws. Religious charities who provide publicly funded welfare and social services can legally turn away LGBTI people, single mothers and others where this refusal is in line with the charity’s religious beliefs.

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