S.J. Quinney College of Law Professor Cliff Rosky was quoted in the April 1, 2015 edition of the Deseret News. The story, titled “Utah, Indiana religious freedom laws not alike,” contrasts Utah’s anti-discrimination law with a recent law in Indiana receiving wide criticism.
“The Utah law grants equal protections to LGBT people and people of faith. It says that you can’t discriminate against someone because of their religious beliefs, their sexual orientation or their gender identity,” said University of Utah law professor Cliff Rosky.
“The other laws don’t do that,” he said. “Our law bans discrimination based on religion, sexuality and gender. Their law legalizes discrimination based on religion.”