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Harris Himes, pastor at Big Sky Christian Center and an attorney for the Alliance Defense Fund, was among those who spoke against the city’s anti-discrimination ordinance before it went up for a vote in April. The historic law still passed by a 10–2 vote after an emotional meeting that lasted nearly seven hours.

Image credit: Photo by Cathrine L. Walters

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