OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A bill designed to prevent discrimination against religious organizations when it comes to receiving state tax dollars was passed through the House and is heading to the Governor’s desk.

It is Senate Bill 404, known as the Oklahoma Religious Freedom Act.

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The language of the bill states, “a substantial burden to exclude any person or entity from participation in or receipt of governmental funds, benefits, programs, or exemptions based solely on the religious character or affiliation of the person or entity.”

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