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The Utah sodomy law (Utah Code Section 76-5-403) criminalized same-sex sexual activity until 2003 when the U. Supreme Court invalidated all state sodomy laws with its landmark 6 to 3 opinion in Lawrence v. The opinion stated that private consensual sexual conduct is protected by the due process and equal protection rights that are guaranteed by the United States Constitution. Same-sex marriage was also legal in Utah, from Dec. On March 25, 2013, three same-sex couples, including one already married in Iowa, filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court for the District of Utah seeking to declare Utah's prohibition on the recognition of same-sex marriages unconstitutional under the Due Process and Equal Protection clauses of the United States Constitution. The state argued that there was "nothing unusual" in enforcing policies that encourage "responsible procreation" and the "optimal mode of child-rearing". The law requires state agencies to give adoption priority to married couples and to prohibit adoptions by cohabitating unmarried couples. Jackie Biskupski, D-Salt Lake, spoke against the bill. On March 6, 2015, Utah Senate passed, in a 23-5 vote, statewide legislation to ban discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in employment and housing (public accommodation not included) with exemptions for religious organisations and their affiliates such as schools and hospitals, as well as Boy Scouts.

The state sodomy law applied to heterosexuality and homosexuality as a Class B misdemeanor, and provided punishment of up to six months in jail and up to a $1,000 fine. Plaintiffs' attorney contended that the policy is "based on prejudice and bias that is religiously grounded in this state". The bill also would protect employees from being fired for talking about religious or moral beliefs, as long as the speech was reasonable and not harassing or disruptive. 128 "Antidiscrimination Study Related to Employment and Housing" in 2010.

On June 25, 2014, the Tenth Circuit upheld the lower court ruling, a decision that sets a precedent for every state within the circuit. The US Supreme Court refused the appeal from the state of Utah on October 6, 2014, requiring Utah to license and recognize same-sex marriages. The measure was backed by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Christine Johnson, D-Salt Lake, sponsored the bill H. 89 "Antidiscrimination Act Amendments" unsuccessfully in 2008. The bill would have required a study of employment and housing discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.

The bill would have prohibited employment discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity. In response to the adoption in 2008 of California's Proposition 8, Equality Utah leaders launched the group's Common Ground Initiative.

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On June 25, 2014, the Tenth Circuit upheld the lower court ruling, a decision that sets a precedent for every state within the circuit. The US Supreme Court refused the appeal from the state of Utah on October 6, 2014, requiring Utah to license and recognize same-sex marriages. The measure was backed by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Christine Johnson, D-Salt Lake, sponsored the bill H. 89 "Antidiscrimination Act Amendments" unsuccessfully in 2008. The bill would have required a study of employment and housing discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.

The bill would have prohibited employment discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity. In response to the adoption in 2008 of California's Proposition 8, Equality Utah leaders launched the group's Common Ground Initiative.

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