Another misleading title. This is the “freedom of religion to endorse political positions, freedom of religion for businesses to deny otherwise public services to public clients or customers based upon disagreeing with their customers beliefs” bill. This bill legalizes discrimination by refusing public services to anyone that happens to have any different beliefs. Any business or religion can gather and practice their legal beliefs. No business or religion can act to oppress the legal beliefs of ‘others’ or deny otherwise public business services to ‘others’, since the ‘others’ are provided all of the same protections and rights under our law. Publicly licensed businesses are obligated to comply with the rules that govern the public irrespective of their own political beliefs. Religious organizations that interject themselves into political processes or decisions are lobbying for special treatment for their own political belief’s to force their beliefs upon others- and therefore, represent special interests lobbying for political change and should not qualify for tax exemptions otherwise afforded religious institutions. This legislation is a bad idea and can readily be abused in many, many ways.