Call Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry Immediately and Tell Him to Keep His Promise & Veto the HRO

02/15/2017 Amber Kelly 0

Last night, the Jacksonville City Council passed a Human Rights Ordinance (HRO) creating a weapon to punish Christians seeking to live and work according to their faith without government interference and allowing men to use women’s showers, locker rooms, bathrooms and dressing areas.  This anti-liberty proposal is the worst possible piece of public policy any elected official could support. It violates the dignity, safety and the security of women and children and disregards religious liberty. [More…]

Tell the Jacksonville City Council to Say “NO” to the HRO!

01/09/2017 Amber Kelly 0

Members of the Jacksonville City Council have just filed the bad Human Rights Ordinance (HRO) bill again, which was defeated twice before thanks to your efforts.  Do not be fooled.  Despite the claims of “new compromise language,” the new Jacksonville Human Rights Ordinance (HRO) 2017-15, still puts women’s privacy, safety and dignity at risk while using showers, locker rooms, spas and bathrooms by allowing men to use these intimate facilities.  It seeks to allow the [More…]

Help Stop Dangerous So-Called “Human Rights Ordinance” being proposed in Jacksonville

12/04/2015 Courtney Hosek 0

Help Stop Dangerous So-Called “Human Rights Ordinance” being proposed in Jacksonville Jacksonville is again discussing proposed changes to city ordinance to include “non-discrimination” language (Sexual Orientation Gender Identity [SOGI] language). SOGI does not expand human rights, rather it creates legal weapons to punish Christians who are simply living out their faith in their businesses and use of private property.  Many of these SOGI laws also involve a gross invasion of privacy and create safety and security issues by [More…]

The Anti-LGBT Earthquake from Houston: Next Target–Jacksonville

11/23/2015 Courtney Hosek 0

Human Rights Campaign, the DC-based LGBT attack machine, has revealed that its next target is Jacksonville. Originally Published on DefendJaxFamilies.com On November 3, Houston citizens repealed an unpopular LGBT law like that proposed for Jacksonville. Despite LGBT lobbyist armies and media saturation, outraged voters struck back with an overwhelming 61-39% referendum majority. The ordinance had created a public hazard and elevated LGBT’s to a special rights status over other citizens. Voters, more astute than their [More…]