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The U.S. House of Representatives is scheduled to vote next week on radical pro-abortion and pro-LGBT Equality Act.

The act, which was passed by the Democrat-controlled House in 2019, but blocked by the Senate then controlled by Republicans, would amend the 1964 Civil Rights Act to include “sex,” “sexual orientation,” and “gender identity” among expressly recognized “non-discrimination” categories in “public accommodations,” which would also be expanded to include many additional types of establishments including recreation, shopping, online retailers, healthcare services, and more.

It would also force anyone employing 15 or more people to recognize people’s claimed “gender identity,” forbid employers from “discriminating” based on “sexual orientation” or “gender identity,” and mandate transgender “access” to opposite-sex restrooms, locker rooms, and dressing rooms. Read more…