February 16th, 2014
11:23 AM ET

Kansas Law May Allow Businesses to Refuse Service to Gay Couples

While several states are overturning bans on gay marriage, one state is pursuing a law that many are calling discrimination. The law is called  H-B 24-53, and it would protect anyone who refuses to serve a gay couple for "religious reasons."
New Day spoke with Tom Witt, executive director for Equality Kansas and Robert Noland, the executive director of the Kansas Family Policy Council to ask: does this cross the line when it comes to religious freedom?

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  1. Gretchen Leary

    I call it flat out discrimination. Simple as that.

    February 16, 2014 at 2:02 pm | Reply

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