North Dakota “Gender Identity” Bill Jeopardizes Religious Liberty

By March 17, 2015North Dakota
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This is an important legislative alert! Please take action this week!

On February 27, SB 2279, which relates to “prohibition of discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation”, passed in the Senate with a vote of 25 to 22. It is now scheduled to be heard in the House Human Services Committee on Monday, March 23. This bill would designate sexual orientation and gender identity as a privileged group. The bill has no exemptions for those with personal convictions, thereby forcing individuals to accept and support sexual behaviors with which they disagree. CWA of North Dakota Opposes SB 2279. Click here to read the bill, check its status and more.

This bill must not go any further!

For more information on CWA of North Dakota’s position on this bill, read CWA of North Dakota Sends Testimony to Senators on the Judiciary Committee Opposing Sexual Orientation and “Gender Identity” Legislation

Take Action:

  1. Please send an e-mail now to each member of the committee. State your desire that the bill receive a “do not pass” out of committee. Click here to contact each member of the House Human Services Committee. Click on the representative’s name and then on their e-mail address to send a message. It is important to include your name and address on the message.
  2. Forward this e-mail on to like-minded friends, family, your pastor and associates and encourage them to pray and take action.

Pray for the House Human Services Committee members by name. They are under immense pressure from groups supporting this bill that would change the criteria set forth by the U.S. Supreme Court defining a minority.