Utah has it right this time

Might want to peruse the loophole in the “ban”, before you start celebrating, especially when you consider the majority of the population is Mormon. :wink:
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

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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.

Allan

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