LDS Church Reverses LGBTQ Policy And More On Behind The Headlines
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints reverses a policy that generally prevented the children of same-sex parents from joining the faith, and that labeled same-sex married couples apostates. Under a new law, four Utah women ask for a second look at their sexual assault cases. And the exemption to a new law governing the placement of hidden GPS devices on Utah cars.
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