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Image caption Mr Pence has long been politically opposed to expanding LBGT rights. US Vice-President Mike Pence has called criticism of his wife's decision to resume teaching at an anti-LGBT school "deeply offensive". In an interview with a Catholic TV network, Mr Pence said it amounted to an "attack" on religious education. The school that Mrs Pence chose bars staff from engaging in or condoning "homosexual or lesbian sexual activity" and "transgender identity". She previously taught art there for 12 years while Mr Pence was in Congress. Many US social conservatives cite their religious beliefs to justify opposition to gay marriage. Mr Pence, a Christian evangelical, told Eternal Word Tel... Full story

18 January

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