Tennesse is the latest state to enact a law that allows adoption agencies to refuse to work with same-sex couples. Supporters of the law claim that it simply allows agencies to follow their religious beliefs, but some experts warn that it may have unintended consequences. In an interview for NPR's Morning Edition, Professor Robin Fretwell Wilson said that because of how the law is written, it could open the door to discrimination against religion itself.
"That may be very sobering to some of those folks who really prize religious freedom because their religion may not be what that particular provider is interested in," she said.
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