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Lauren McCauley, staff writer
In reality, the law "protects students who espouse homophobic religious viewpoints in school," as UK-based LGBTQ website Pink News put it on Monday. (Photo:Jon Gilbert Leavitt/cc/flickr)
Essentially codifying hate speech, Kentucky Governor Mike Bevin signed into law on Monday a bill that gives individuals, including students, license to make hateful statements about someone based on their "religious or political viewpoints." Passed under the guise of bolstering "religious freedom in public schools," SB17 claims to "protect rights...
Nika Knight, staff writer
Flags in front of the United Nations' headquarters in New York.
Since President Donald Trump's November election, there has been a wave of hate...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
A new initiative aims to to address what it describes as a "disturbing spike in...

Further

The Hobby Lobby monster lives, and grows. Even as a Boston-area Christian college joined in a letter to Obama by religious leaders praising our "blessed nation" where "all persons are created in the divine image of the creator" except can they pretty please discriminate against LGBT people? - the Green family has announced their plan to build an $800 million Bible museum hard by the godless halls of Congress in hopes of telling the story of "a reliable historical document.... like none other."...