Mormons rally in support of Utah anti-discrimination efforts

by | Mar. 14, 2013

News from Utah

Standing on the Capitol steps in front of the small group gathered in support of a now frozen statewide anti-discrimination bill, proud mother Neca Allgood took a moment to brag about her son.

"He got a 35 on his ACT," she beamed, glancing over at 18-year-old Grayson Moore, who led a group of self-described "faithful Mormons" in singing hymns throughout Tuesday's rally for legislation prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in housing and employment practices.

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