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Subject: Vote Yes on HB 322
Date: Fri Mar 06 14:20:28 MST 2015
Please vote YES on H.B. 322 "Religious Liberty and Nondiscrimination Protections".
SB-296 is a good compromise and starting point, but it does NOT protect INDIVIDUALS in their "free expression and exercise of religion and rights of conscience".
I do NOT support discrimination. However, I am concerned how people in our country have had their religious rights denied (which is a form of reverse discrimination). All people should have protection for their religious rights.
I read over H.B. 322 and I believe that this will be a necessary law to protect individuals in their rights of religion and conscience.
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