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Jared Polis

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Rep. '''Jared Polis''' is one of the richest members of Congress,<ref> [http://usgovinfo.about.com/od/uscongress/ss/Wealthiest-Members-of-Congress_7.htm The 10 Wealthiest Members of Congress]</ref> an [[open homosexualUnited States Representative]] and a for the 2nd congressional district of [[activism|radical activistColorado]]. He is the sponsor A member of the "[[Homosexual Classrooms ActDemocratic Party]]", he was first elected to the House in 2008.
Polis used is one of the slogan "Hatred has no place in the classroom" to promote the billrichest members of Congress, probably making a reference to <ref> [[Hate speech]] ruleshttp://usgovinfo. But critics have charged that [[Hate crimes]] laws do less to stop "hate speech" against individuals than to censor '''any criticism''' of protected groups or their activitiesabout. A minister preaching against [[homosexuality]] from the pulpit can be arrested, on the grounds that his blanket criticism com/od/uscongress/ss/Wealthiest-Members-of sin is "hurtful" to those who choose to engage in the sin preached against-Congress_7. htm The 10 Wealthiest Members of Congress]</ref> Polis is "the first openly gay man elected to the House as a nonincumbent,"<ref name=stifle>[http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/02/22/anti-lgbt-discrimination-stifle-free-speech-critics-say/ Gay Discrimination Bill Will Stifle Free Speech, Advance 'Homosexual Agenda,' Critics Say]</ref>and a [[activism|radical activist]]. He is the sponsor of the [[Homosexual Classrooms Act]].
Polis used the slogan "Hatred has no place in the classroom" to promote the bill, probably making a reference to [[hate speech]] rules. But critics, such as Neal McCluskey, associate director of the Center for Educational Freedom at the [[Cato Institute]], have charged that [[hate crimes]] laws do less to stop "hate speech" against individuals than to censor '''any criticism''' of protected groups or their activities. A minister preaching against [[homosexuality]] from the pulpit can be arrested, on the grounds that his blanket criticism of sin is "hurtful" to those who choose to engage in the sin preached against.
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