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The Equality Act's Attack on Religion Is Really about Private Property Rights

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04/19/2021Ryan McMaken

Like other "antidiscrimination" schemes, the Equality Act is just another way to to extend federal power over every private institution and aspect of private life. 

Original Article: "The Equality Act's Attack on Religion Is Really about Private Property Rights​"

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