February 4, 2015 – Professor Cliff Rosky participated in a Radio West discussion on NPR affiliate KUER.
Last week, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints made headlines by announcing its support of LGBT anti-discrimination laws. But leaders also expressed deep concern over religious liberty and called for laws to protect churches and individuals when acting “in accordance with their beliefs.” Wednesday, we’re gathering legal experts to answer questions at the heart of the Church’s statement: Is religious freedom at risk? Is there a conflict between anti-discrimination and religious liberty? And finally, is there a place for compromise?
Radio West Guests:
- William Duncan, Marriage Law Foundation
- Clifford Rosky, University of Utah’s S.J. Quinney College of Law and Board Chair, Equality Utah
- Robin Fretwell Wilson, College of Law, University of Illinois