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 The American Civil Liberties Union is challenging Misssisippi's 'religious freedom' bill in federal court. From left are attorney Oliver Diaz, plaintiffs Nicholas Alford and Stephen Thomas, and Jennifer Riley-Collins, executive director of the ACLU of Mississippi.
MISS. ACLU The American Civil Liberties Union is challenging Misssisippi's 'religious freedom' bill in federal court. From left are attorney Oliver Diaz, plaintiffs Nicholas Alford and Stephen Thomas, and Jennifer Riley-Collins, executive director of the ACLU of Mississippi.
MISS. ACLU The American Civil Liberties Union is challenging Misssisippi's 'religious freedom' bill in federal court. From left are attorney Oliver Diaz, plaintiffs Nicholas Alford and Stephen Thomas, and Jennifer Riley-Collins, executive director of the ACLU of Mississippi.

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