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Massachusetts Government Can Force Transgender Bathroom Policies On Churches, Guidance Says

Under a Massachusetts civil rights agency’s interpretation of new anti-discrimination law, churches can be forced to let biological males who identify as transgender women use the women’s bathroom.

Recently passed legislation amending the state’s anti-discrimination law to include protections for “gender identity” will take effect October 1.

The Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, which enforces the state’s anti-discrimination laws, recently published a “Gender identity guidance” that lays out what will be legally required of employers and “agents of places of public accommodation.”

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2016/09/07/massachusetts-can-force-transgender-bathroom-policies-on-churches-guidance-says/#ixzz4JhVlEVWA.

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Written by Church Law Group  |  Category: Main Articles, Children's Ministry, Church Security
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