Religious Freedom Act

Should a business be able to deny service to a customer if the request conflicts with the owner’s religious beliefs?


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    Everyone is entitled to the freedom of religion as it is clearly stated in the United States Constitution. However business and religion should be separated. Businesses shouldn't be allowed to refuse service to someone just because the business doesn't agree with a person's religious preference and beliefs. Everyone should be allowed to go into any business no matter what religion they practice.

    Cameron Alton Chick

    U. S. Representative,
    Albuquerque, New Mexico

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    RFA grants a preferential status to a specific sub-sect of one religion. It is unconstitutional. It is not "persecution" to forbid you to persecute others. You live in a world of different kinds of people. DEAL WITH IT.

    Alan Augustson

    President,
    Albuquerque, New Mexico

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