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Less than 24 hours after taking effect, an appeal has been filed with the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down the Religious Accommodations Act that went into effect on Tuesday in Mississippi. The Act was designed to protect three specific religious beliefs: that marriage is between a man and a woman; no sex outside of such marriage; and a person's gender is determined at birth. "It's not how I do business," said architect and business owner Jeff Seabold. "It's not how I want to treat my neighbors my friends. Mississippi is just a big, small town so in the...
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