by Countable | 5.2.18
“Two-and-a-half centuries after the Founders of our country separated church and state and guaranteed the individual freedoms of thought, conscience, speech and worship, it is a high honor to be a co-founder and member of the Congressional Freethought Caucus, which is organizing to defend these principles and values against continuing attack."
“There currently is no forum focused on these important issues, and with this Administration and certain members of Congress constantly working to erode the separation of church and state, this new caucus is both important and timely," Huffman said in a statement.
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Do non-religious people need protections? Do you support a caucus for the nontheistic? Would you like to see additional caucuses for other non-religious beliefs, from atheism to agnosticism? Hit Take Action and tell your reps, then share your thoughts below.
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