Might want to peruse the loophole in the “ban”, before you start celebrating, especially when you consider the majority of the population is Mormon.
Food for thought.
Yeah that makes the entire thing utterly worthless
The revised rule stipulates that the ban doesn’t apply to clergy members or religious counselors acting in a religious capacity, or to a parents or grandparents who happen to be a mental health therapist if they are talking to children or grandchildren.
So to reiterate Utah is backwards even when doing the right thing
I don’t think these type of laws are endemic to Utah. I do think it’s the result of special interest/lobby groups being involved in making laws. A “good” law covers everyone equally, social engineering laws are not good laws.
The Utah lawmakers can’t get anything right.