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Texas Lawmakers Fight About Chick-fil-A

The Republican-controlled House of Representatives in Texas is trying to pass a law that would make it difficult for government entities to punish businesses for their religious stances. The move comes three months after the San Antonio city council voted to ban the fast-food chain Chick-fil-A from the city’s airport because of its history of anti-LGTBQ statements and actions.“The so-called ‘Save Chick-fil-A’ bill explicitly forbids the government from taking ‘any adverse action,’ against any person, contractor or business for its membership in or affiliation with a religious organization,” according to the Washington Post.

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