Shouldn't we protect the right of every citizen to be free to live and work according to their beliefs without fear of punishment by the government?
Vote Yes Pocatello
May 20, 2014
Shouldn't we honor the privacy rights of all citizens, not just a select few?
Shouldn't we defend the freedom of speech and freedom of conscience for everyone, even those we may disagree with?
Across America, because of their personal beliefs and convictions, business owners, like bakers, florists, photographer, etc., are finding themselves at risk of losing their businesses solely because they do not want to participate or facilitate gay ceremonies. Click HERE for more examples.
The safety of ALL Pocatello citizens is a priority, but this law does not address safety. Instead, it introduces the very subjective, ambiguous term of "gender identity" that makes Pocatello susceptible to exploitation by the criminals in our society. Additionally, this portion of the law is being used to trump the privacy rights of women and children. Click HERE for examples.
These Nondiscrimination laws are also colliding with other American liberties including freedoms like freedom of speech, rights of conscience, property rights, etc. Click HERE for examples.
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