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08/01/2014

Read: Zack Ford smacks back Ryan Anderson's love of tax-subsidized discrimination

by Jeremy Hooper

Ryan Anderson's schtick is to pretend we're all too dense to understand his desire to exalt "religious freedom" above fair-minded policy that doesn't discriminate against certain kinds of taxpayers. I know for a fact that my buddy Zack Ford is anything but dense on this or most any other issue of import.

Here the topic is adoption and Ryan's insistence that religious agencies that receive state funding/subsidies deserve the "right" to enjoy this benefit while also pointedly discriminating against loving and capable adoptive parents (/taxpayers) who happen to be of the same-sex. Zack isn't having it:

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