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07/01/2013

FRC recommits to pointed firing (/lack of hiring) of LGBT workers #enda

by Jeremy Hooper

With stunning marriage losses weakening them considerably, the Family Research Council's action arm is now turning its attention toward stopping federal employment protections for LGBT people. But since these basic protections are something the American public largely supports (polling shows us that most Americans actually believe such protections already exist) and because the facts are inconvenient to their claims (e.g. religion is already a protected class; corporate America is largely in support; etc), the FRC is ratcheting up the baseless smears. According to this SPLC-designated "hate group," the proposed Employment Nondiscrimination Act is nothing more than an attempt at "making Christians unequal."

It's truly egregious spin:

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