The Supreme Court’s LGBTQ Ruling: Redefining Sex | Guest: Carrie Severino | Ep 264
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Carrie Severino, president of the Judicial Crisis Network, explains how the Supreme Court’s redefining of the 1964 civil rights law’s definition of sex is harmful to American legislation. Unelected judges are making these decisions instead of the public’s elected officials within Congress. Additionally, how will this affect the religious work environment if an individual disagrees with a person’s sexual orientation or sexual identity? Bostock v. Clayton County will certainly be a defining moment in U.S. history.
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