In 2014, people protested HB 2453, a bill that would have banned fines or lawsuits when services related to relationships were denied due to religious beliefs. The bill, which eventually died, also would have protected religiously affiliated adoption agencies that refuse to place children with gay couples.
In 2014, people protested HB 2453, a bill that would have banned fines or lawsuits when services related to relationships were denied due to religious beliefs. The bill, which eventually died, also would have protected religiously affiliated adoption agencies that refuse to place children with gay couples. Samantha Foster AP
In 2014, people protested HB 2453, a bill that would have banned fines or lawsuits when services related to relationships were denied due to religious beliefs. The bill, which eventually died, also would have protected religiously affiliated adoption agencies that refuse to place children with gay couples. Samantha Foster AP

Adoption bills would let agencies refuse LGBT couples based on religious beliefs

February 28, 2018 05:29 PM