US: Mississippi shops resist ‘religious freedom’ law with ‘we don’t discriminate’ stickers
Hundreds of Mississippi shops and businesses are protesting against the state’s new ‘religious freedom’ law, with window stickers assuring customers they would never use it to refuse them service.
The bill prevents authorities from placing a “burden” on the right to “a person’s right to the exercise of religion”, after cases where businesses have refused to serve gay people.
The window stickers are provided free of charge by Equality Mississippi to businesses who pledge: “We don’t discriminate – If you’re buying, we’re selling!”
Benson Hill, president of the Equality Mississippi Foundation, said: “Through this program, customers will know which companies are dedicated to providing their goods and services to all, without discrimination of any kind.”
“Hundreds of companies across Mississippi have already signed up to display the new stickers in their window.”
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