SB 10 and the Loss of Religious Liberties

As state lawmakers prepare to go back to Springfield for the second half of the fall veto session this week and as rumors intensify about a pending vote on redefining the institution of marriage (SB 10), citizens of Illinois need to know that people of faith have absolutely no religious protections in this radical policy proposal.

People of faith should be free to live and work according to their beliefs, but in states that have passed same-sex “marriage” laws, citizens are being punished and persecuted for exercising their First Amendment rights.