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Sue Porter Superintendent, Rhea County Schools 250 California Ave. Dayton TN 37321 Dear Superintendent Porter, We are writing to you on behalf of a family which has children in the Rhea County School system, and on behalf of members of our organization who live in your area who honor More »
Letter to Lieberman U.S. Senator Joseph Lieberman c/o Gore 2000 601 Mainstream Dr Nashville TN 37228 Fax (615)340-3295 Phone (615)340-2000 Re: Remarks at Fellowship Chapel, Detroit, Aug. 27, 2000 Dear Senator Lieberman: You are wrong to claim "that the Constitution guarantees freedom of religion, not freedom from religion." Our More »
Socially Acceptable to Discriminate? The U.S. Constitution prohibits any religious test for public office, but a significant minority would impose one on a vice presidential candidate, according to a timely poll by Reuters/Zogby. It would be socially acceptable to choose a Jew, a black, or a More »
A scheme proposed by Iowa public officials to divert $100,000 in public tourist money to a Christian theme park and "passion play" is being protested by the Freedom From Religion Foundation. An Iowa mayor and county board representative are among the supporters of a proposal More »
Is Every Day "Jesus Day" In Texas? How About An Atheist Day? On behalf of its Texas membership, the national Freedom From Religion Foundation, a state/church separation watchdog group, asked Texas Gov. George W. Bush to apologize for issuing a recent proclamation proclaiming "Jesus Day." It More »
"In God We Trust" Not Appropriate In Public Schools (MADISON, WI) The Freedom From Religion Foundation, on behalf of its two Colorado chapters and its Colorado membership, has asked the Colorado State Board of Education to rescind its "ill-advised" decision of July 6 encouraging public More »
Indiana has once again buttressed its reputation as the dumbest state north of the Mason-Dixon line. The new Indiana law allowing the posting of the Ten Commandments in government buildings as an "historic document" beggars reason. Even if we did not have state-church separation as a More »
For Immediate Release "Let Him Eat Peanut Butter" The Freedom From Religion Foundation has advised the San Francisco Board of Supervisors to stop funding Catholic Charities altogether, following the summer revelation that Catholic Charity CEO Frank Hudson has spent $73,000 of charity funds recently on such More »
For Immediate Release - June 1, 2000 Wisconsin "Marriage Meddlers" Law Unconstitutional (MADISON, WI) A nationally-watched Wisconsin law to create a state coordinator to "assist" clergy to develop "community-wide standards of marriage" was ruled unconstitutional in a firm decision issued on May 25 by U.S. District More »