Iowa wants to control content of church services

A church in Des Moines has sued the state of Iowa. The state’s Civil Rights Commission asserts the right to ban “public accommodations” from expressing views of human sexuality if they would “directly or indirectly” make persons of any particular “gender identity” feel “unwelcome”. Of course, the state of Iowa defines church services as “public accommodations”.

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