Douglas Laycock

University of Virginia

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Professor of Constitutional Law and of Religious Studies at the University of Virginia; co-author of Same-Sex Marriage and Religious Liberty: Emerging Conflicts, his collection of writings on religious liberty are being published in a four volume set

Douglas Laycock on KCRW

The US Supreme Court has made same-sex marriage the law of the land, but discrimination against gays and lesbians is still alive and well.

Can Gay Marriage Co-Exist with Religious Freedom?

The US Supreme Court has made same-sex marriage the law of the land, but discrimination against gays and lesbians is still alive and well.

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Arizona's Senate Bill 1062 did not give businesses the right to discriminate against gays and lesbians, but it did say  they could use religious belief  as a defense if they were sued…

The Clash of Religious Freedom and Civil Rights

Arizona's Senate Bill 1062 did not give businesses the right to discriminate against gays and lesbians, but it did say they could use religious belief as a defense if they were sued…

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