OK, it's Thursday afternoon, it's hot, and I'm still hung over (after 3 & 1/2 pints!! My Drinking-fu is weak today), but I look at the digest of the bill, and go "huh?"
So, what does it mean, for the average roleplayer in the streets?
I think there are two intentions to the bill, both equally valid interpretations, depending on the stance.
Supporters: less government involvement when it comes to practicing religion.
Opponents: the government will not interfere on behalf of discrimination against others for "religious" reasons. IE, a store not serving certain demographic for religious reasons, the would be customer can't appeal to government.
The issue is the right of one's own property/business and religion and the right to standard service without discrimination. And which is more important.
My understanding at least.