Friday, January 28, 2005

Illinois Law:

Thanks to Tim Husley for the discussion of my blog and past post on the Illinois law which added "sexual orientation" to its official civil rights list of non-discrimination categories.

As it turns out, (see also Ed Brayton's post noting this), Peter LaBarbera et al. got it wrong; the law does not apply to religious entities (it's simply an amendment to an already existing law, which already provides a very generous exemption to religious organizations).

1 comment:

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