Here’s the NYT’s story on Mississippi’s new religious liberty law:  And here’s the full text of law:  Part of the law restricts state government from discriminating against an individual person who discriminates against an LGBT person in employment in certain ways.  I hope folks in Mississippi know that federal law includes NO similar restriction.  So if an LGBT person in Mississippi is discriminated against in an employment setting because of another individual’s religious beliefs, please let that person know he or she  can file a charge with the EEOC. Here’s info for filing a charge at the EEOC’s Birmingham office, and at the EEOC’s Jackson office.