September 19, 2013

Faced with the potential shutdown of government and default on the U.S.’s bills, a group of House Republicans are focusing on what really matters: protecting groups that don’t want to recognize marriage equality. Rep. Raúl Labrador (R-Idaho) has drafted the Marriage and Religious Freedom Act Thursday, which he says “ensures that any religious institution, organization or church that believes that marriage should continue to remain between one man and one woman will not be discriminated against by the federal government.”