Minnesota Democrats push government ‘bias registry’ to track conservative speech

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Minnesota residents may soon end up on a government database if they discuss the origins of COVID-19 or quote Bible verses that criticize homosexuality. Minnesota’s Democrat-controlled legislature last month approved a bill that requires the state Department of Human Rights to collect allegations of perceived “discrimination” or microaggressions in a new “bias” registry. The proposal would allow people to submit reports of alleged “slurs or verbal attacks” and similar incidents, even if they do not

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