Biden administration's new foster care plan cuts Christians from process

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  • Source: KTRH
  • 12/07/2023

The Biden Administration has been on a warpath against religion since he stepped into office. That has continued as we near yet another election, with a new rule proposal for the foster care system that would all but strip Christians of their power in a home.

The rule from Health and Human Services, called Safe and Appropriate Foster Care Placement Requirements, would mandate that foster parents and families utilize a foster child’s "identified pronouns, chosen name, and allow the child to dress in an age-appropriate manner that the child believes reflects their self-identified gender identity and expression."

President of Texas Values Jonathan Saenz says this is another battle in Biden's war on religion and is unconstitutional under Supreme Court law.

"You will have catholic charities and groups...saying that it violates their religious beliefs...dressing a biological boy like a girl. Who knows, maybe after that they ask for a surgery to alter their sex," he says. "That will put them into a position where they cannot participate because it violates their beliefs."

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Source: KTRH
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