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Exemption doesn't protect our First Amendment rights

By Erik K. Abe

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Sep 18, 2013

~~<p>Shocking is the best way of describing the pronouncement that the governor's same-sex marriage bill &quot;clearly protects the rights of Hawaii's clergy,&quot; as Vanessa Chong of the American Civil Liberties Union made.</p>
<p>As an organization that claims to ensure that the government does not violate fundamental constitutional rights, the ACLU has taken the hypocritical stance of picking and choosing which rights to defend.</p>
~~

Shocking is the best way of describing the pronouncement that the governor's same-sex marriage bill "clearly protects the rights of Hawaii's clergy," as Vanessa Chong of the American Civil Liberties Union made.

As an organization that claims to ensure that the government does not violate fundamental constitutional rights, the ACLU has taken the hypocritical stance of picking and choosing which rights to defend. Login for more...



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