Saturday, September 23, 2017

Michigan Tolerates Faith-Based Adoption Agencies, the ACLU Sues

by Margot Cleveland September 21, 2017
The end game is to rid the public sector of religious organizations unless they capitulate to the LGBT agenda. Yesterday the American Civil Liberties Union filed suit in federal court against the State of Michigan on behalf of two homosexual couples, challenging Michigan’s law that allows child-placement agencies to offer foster and adoption services consistent with the organizations’ deeply held religious beliefs.
In Dumont v. Lyon, the ACLU cites Michigan’s “practice of allowing state-contracted, taxpayer-funded child placing agencies to disqualify prospective families headed by same-sex couples based on agencies’ religious beliefs.” That violates the establishment clause of the First Amendment and the equal protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment, the ACLU contends............Read more


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