The Alabama Reporter reports:
The conservative Alabama Center for Law and Liberty on Monday sent a letter on behalf of itself and six allied organizations urging that the Montgomery City Council to reject a proposed ordinance that they say would require Christians to violate their religious beliefs or face fines under certain circumstances.
The proposed ordinance would make sexual orientation and gender identity protected classes under the law. The ACLL claims that across the country, ordinances like these have caused problems for Christians and other people who have religious objections to the homosexual lifestyle and transgenderism.
The ACLL was joined in the letter by representatives from Liberty Counsel, the Alabama Policy Institute, the Foundation for Moral Law, the Southeast Law Institute, Eagle Forum of Alabama and the Manuel H. Johnson Center for Political Economy.
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The Foundation for Moral Law is Roy Moore’s outfit.
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