A controversial religious freedom bill has been revived in the Texas Legislature

Austin (WBAP/KLIF) – The Texas Legislature has quietly revived a controversial bill that LGBTQ advocates say foments anti-gay discrimination. The so-called “Save Chick-fil-A” bill was killed by the state house last week, then revived Monday by a senate committee. The bill’s supporters say it ensures religious beliefs are protected from discrimination. Opponents call it the “most extreme anti-LGBTQ” legislation filed this year. i
It’s on the full senate’s calendar for a vote today (Tuesday).

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