LB 173 good, or bad for Nebraska:

On January 10, 2017, Nebraska State Senator Adam Morfeld sponsored LB173. LB173 is a bill that requires that discrimination against people with sexual orientation/gender identification be stopped. LB173 is a revival of other like bills that have died “on the shelf” in the past but this year it appears that LB173 has a very good chance of passing in the Nebraska Unicameral. 
Come and hear Jonathan Alexandre, J.D., present an argument against the passing of LB173. Profit and non-profit organizations alike are in danger of losing their First Amendment rights so that a small percentage of citizens may exercise their new sexual orientation and gender identification.  
He will be speaking at the following Omaha sites on Friday, 4/7/17: 
7:00-8:30a.m. CBMC HEARTLAND Office 1065 No. 115th Street, #100 
11:45a.m.-1:00p.m. GARDEN CAFE AT ROCKBROOK, 11040 Oak 
6:30-8:00p.m. KROC CENTER 2825 Y Street 
Jonathan Alexandre, J.D., will be the new Director of Public Policy for Liberty Counsel and Liberty Counsel Action in Washington. 
Previously, Alexandre was Assistant General Counsel and Public Policy Coordinator for the MFI in Boston. In this role, he provided counsel for MFI’s mission in the legal and legislative arenas to advance the sanctity of life, the dignity of traditional marriage, and religious liberty in the Commonwealth. 
Alexandre earned his undergraduate degree from Ana Maria College in Political Science and Government and received his Juris Doctor from Liberty University School of Law. 
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