On November 4, the Supreme Court will hear a case that could allow private agencies that receive taxpayer-funding in order to provide government services — such as foster care, adoption, food banks, homeless shelters, and more — to deny services to people such as LGBTQ+, single women, Jewish, Muslim, or Mormon. They claim they have a constitutional right to do so because they have a religious objection to serving these families. For foster care services alone this case could have a profound impact on the lives of the more than the 440,000 children in foster care across the country. Freedom of religion has always a fundamental and protected right — but that freedom doesn’t give any of us the right to impose our beliefs on others, or to discriminate.
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