A piece of controversial legislation is inching its way closer to the governor’s desk.
The Pastor Protection Act would ensure religious leaders and organizations would not be held liable for refusing to perform services, like gay marriages.
News 5 spoke with two men, with different ideologies, united in opposition.
“I think they’re making a thing, out of nothing,” said Pastor John Lentz at Forest Hill Church Presbyterian in Cleveland Heights.
Meanwhile others like Dr. Andrew Clark at Holy Trinity Cultural Arts Center in the Woodland neighborhood say it discriminates.
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LOCAL NEWS: Local Pastors Take On The Pastor Protection Act was originally published on praisecleveland.com