Professor Robin Wilson is quoted in an article about Attorney General Sessions' latest directive ordering agencies to do as much as possible to accommodate those who say their religious freedoms are being violated. The article originally appeared in both the Washington Post and the Chicago Tribune.
According to the new policy, religious freedom violation claims would be enough to override concerns for the civil rights of LGBT people and anti-discrimination protections for women and others. Because the guidelines are so extensive, legal experts are already anticipating lawsuits against the government.
"This is putting the world on notice: You better take these claims seriously," said Wilson. "This is a signal to the rest of these agencies to rethink the protections they have put in place on sexual orientation and gender identity."
Full article at washingtonpost.com