LDS Church Opposes LGBTQ Rights Bill, Spencer Cox Runs For Governor, & More On Behind The Headlines
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints comes out against an LGBTQ rights bill in Congress. In a separate move, the faith announces a plan to increase political participation on the part of its members. And Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox launches his gubernatorial campaign.
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