Congressman Introduces Military Religious Freedom Act
US Rep Tim Huelskamp (R-KS) introduced the Military Religious Freedom Act (HR 3828), which aims to prevent chaplains and other troops from being “penalized” for failing to support homosexuals in the military.
It would exempt chaplains from functions that violate their religious principles, prohibit punishment of troops for expressing their religious or moral beliefs about homosexuality, and bar the use of military facilities for same-sex “weddings” or civil unions.
The bill currently has 48 cosponsors and was referred to committee in January.
Via the ADF.