Mississippi, North Carolina legalize discrimination in new laws

Mississippi pretty much does away with “separation of church and state” idea and North Carolina makes too big of a deal about gender identity. 

“This is a sad day for the state of Mississippi and for the thousands of Mississippians who can now be turned away from businesses, refused marriage licenses, or denied housing, essential services and needed care based on who they are.” –American Civil Liberties Union
“Meanwhile, the state of North Carolina has lost more future jobs in response to its controversial “bathroom bill,” which prevents cities from creating non-discrimination laws based on gender identity. So far, over 100 companies have joined in a boycott of providing jobs in the state, and PayPal has just joined their ranks.” —Houstoncommunistparty.com

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