Now that same-sex marriage has been legalised, there is a further need to recognise the right of religious individuals and organisations to express their views in the public square freely, and without the risk of lawsuits on grounds of alleged discrimination. Without such protection, intolerant activists may continue to use ill-conceived laws in a way that requires religious people to decide between compromising their moral convictions or face costly legal proceedings on the grounds that someone feels that some form of unlawful discrimination has occurred.
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