President Donald Trump signed an executive order last week largely aimed at easing an IRS rule limiting political activity for religious organizations. But LGBT rights groups worry it could give protective cover for government employees to discriminate against LGBT people.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order last week largely aimed at easing an IRS rule limiting political activity for religious organizations. But LGBT rights groups worry it could give protective cover for government employees to discriminate against LGBT people. Evan Vucci AP
President Donald Trump signed an executive order last week largely aimed at easing an IRS rule limiting political activity for religious organizations. But LGBT rights groups worry it could give protective cover for government employees to discriminate against LGBT people. Evan Vucci AP

Thanks to Trump’s vague order, LGBT activists find reason to worry

May 08, 2017 05:08 PM

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