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supporters of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) week, 190 Democrats signed onto a discharge petition to force a House vote on a version of ENDA that removes any doubt that the proposed bill will afford any actual exemptions for religious organizations. The resolution to be discharged, introduced by Rep. Jared Polis (D-Colo.), strikes already inadequate exemption language. Instead, it states that religious schools, associations, and non-profits must also comply with ENDA, even though such compliance means they will no longer be able to ensure that employees share their faith commitments in full. The Senate passed ENDA last November. ENDA has never been about bipartisanship or fairness — it has been about using the levers of government and threat of lawsuits to strong-arm opponents of an agenda hostile to traditional Christian views of sexual morality.
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