Religious Protections Bill Dies In Missouri House

A tie vote in a Missouri House committee stops a bill which would have protected businesses which deny services for same-sex weddings based on religion.  The legislation had already passed the senate.  Opponents included LGBT rights activists and some Missouri business leaders who feared economic backlash.  Had the bill made its way through the legislature, Missouri voters would have decided whether to make a new amendment to the state constitution at the polls.

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