HB2507 places religious concerns above civil rights law and more
The bill is worded in such a way as to disguise itself as a bill about public emergencies, but it’s actually an amendment to Arizona’s Civil Rights Act that would apply at all times.
Here’s a quick breakdown of how it works:
What this boils down to is that if any group claiming to be religious—from major hospitals to adoption agencies to the KKK—doesn’t like a restriction, they don’t have to follow it.
Religious privileges would trump all non-discrimination ordinances.
Health codes and child protection laws would become harder to enforce with softer penalties.
And groups could ignore any emergency restriction they don’t like, including but not limited to mask and vaccine mandates, pandemic closures… etc.
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