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04/03/2014

For all you need to know about Mississippi's license-to-discriminate law, look over Gov Bryant's shoulder

by Jeremy Hooper

The Family Research Council actively lobbied for Mississippi's license-to-discriminate law, so it was no surprise to learn that FRC prez Tony Perkins was invited to the Gov. Phil Bryant's signing ceremony. Although Gov. Bryant might be surprised to learn just how fully he discredited the idea that this bill—his bill now—is motivated by something other than animus for LGBT people/rights:

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[SOURCING FOR ALL QUOTES: GLAAD CAP: Tony Perkins]

Just a coincidence that this kind of mindset was there in your office, two steps away from the pen? And just another coincidence that you eagerly joined this same man's radio show this evening?

Riiight.

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