Two cases in the USA demonstrate the growing conflict between anti-discrimination laws and the right to freely practice one's faith.
The "Houston Five" pastors have been ordered by the city to hand over sermons and other communications.
An Idaho couple who have run a chapel and conducted weddings for 25 years have been ordered to conduct same-sex ceremonies or face fines and jail time.
ACL Chief-of-Staff Martyn Iles explains these cases and discusses the danger that we may see similar situations in Australia.Related
to read Lyle Shelton's blog on the "Houston Five".
to read about the Idaho couple, Donald and Evelyn Knapp.