rkyjockdn saidOne of the reader comments on this article is wonderful:
"As she did in St. George last year, Ms. Goddard has warned officials that such policies may violate the federal Equal Access Act— a law passed by Congress in the 1980s, mainly to protect Bible study groups in schools, that has become a prime tool for protecting Gay-Straight Alliances from arbitrary hurdles."
God, I love irony."
Yeah, when I read this a few days I thought you know its a good law when it protects everyone, even the people who are eventually wrongfully persecuted.
Also it is more important for everyone to have equal rights than for a majority to feel comfortable. Thats why I like this article, it shows where those rights do not exist, are being extinguished, or are expanding.