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Federal religious freedom law could soon fundamentally change, and almost no one is paying attention.
Buried in the dry, complicated appropriations bills passed by the House this summer are regulations that would restrict religious organizations’ access to government funds. The proposals aim to expand protections for gay and transgender Americans and eliminate faith-based exemptions to nondiscrimination rules.