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Judge Strikes Down Anti-LGBT Bill in Mississippi Hours Before It Becomes Law


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Judge Strikes Down Anti-LGBT Bill in Mississippi Hours Before It Becomes Law

JACKSON, Miss. - In the early hours of the morning, a federal judge struck down the entirety of an anti-LGBT measure that was slated to become law today. The law would have allowed public officials and businesses to refuse to serve LGBT individuals. The ACLU and the ACLU of Mississippi challenged the constitutionality of HB1523 in a separate lawsuit, Alford v. Moulder.

ACLU of Mississippi Executive Director Jennifer Riley-Collins had this response:

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