Workplace religious freedom bill passes Oregon House

Oregon’s House members have passed a measure that would allow Oregon workers to freely practice their religious beliefs in the workplace.

Senate Bill 786 requires employers to accommodate religious beliefs provided they don’t impose an “undue hardship” on the business. The bill now goes to Gov. Ted Kulongoski for his signature.

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