“The U.S. Senate is expected to vote soon after the July 2-6 recess on a Hate Crimes bill that could chill citizens and churches from speaking their moral or religious beliefs on homosexuality. S. 1105, the companion of House bill H.R. 1512, is a thought crimes bill that would treat victims of crimes differently based upon whether they are in a special class. Those accused of a ‘Hate Crime’ would be judged on their biases and beliefs, possibly leading to federal investigations of churches and individuals associated with the accused. We have reported to you on unbelievable incidents already taking place, such as the example of Philadelphia citizens arrested for holding Bible verse signs countering homosexuality. Texas Senators John Cornyn and Kay Bailey Hutchison need to hear your opposition to the bill, while there is still time to make a difference. Sen. Cornyn is clearly opposed, and Sen. Hutchison has expressed she is undecided.
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