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Free Resource: 5 Ways the “Equality” Act Could Harm Religious Freedom

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April 16, 2021
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by Liberty McArtor2 min. read + free resource

The Equality Act lends itself to a convenient acronym—TEA. But this legislative proposal itself is no one’s cup of tea.

Under the guise of “Equality,” the Act probably sounds benign, even positive to many people. But if passed by the Senate and signed into law, this bill would seriously damage religious freedom, conscience rights, and free speech rights for all Americans. It would also put many vulnerable populations at risk by crippling faith-based organizations and the essential services they provide to their local communities.

That’s why it’s crucial to get the truth out about this dangerous bill now, before it becomes law.

We’ve made it easy for you to help expose the threat of this bill to religious liberty by providing you with a free, one-page resource that you can easily download and share. This one-pager explains the top five (5) threats the Equality Act poses to people of faith and religious organizations.

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At First Liberty, we believe it’s our responsibility to remain vigilant and alert you of any threat to religious freedom. We aren’t exaggerating when we say The Equality Act is a major threat.

If the “Equality” Act becomes law, every American will be forced to comply with the prevailing cultural orthodoxy on a number of issues. People or organizations that do not conform to the popular ideology of the day will be punished—and will have almost no federal recourse for restoring their First Amendment freedoms.

Get more details about how The Equality Act will harm Americans like you by downloading our free resource above—and don’t forget to share it with your friends!

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