JACKSON, Miss- By a vote of 70-47 the Religious Liberties Act is headed to the governors office.
It had already passed both the house and senate, but was on a motion to reconsider.
This legislation would give businesses and state employees the right to refuse service to anyone who’s lifestyle choices went against their faith.
HB 1523 is facing serious opposition from the State Chamber of Commerce, Mississippi Economic Council, Nissan, Tyson Foods, and Toyota.
The governor has not announced whether or not he will sign the bill into law.