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From the BBC News report that the law has its final approval:
From U.S. News & World Report: A group of military chaplains is launching a campaign to protect religious freedom in the U.S. Armed Forces –
A Staten Island Judge, citing separation of church and state, ruled yesterday that a couple cannot change their last name to “ChristIsKing.” The same judge
To make up for the food-stamp cuts in Ryan’s budget, the group found, “every church in the country would have to come up with approximately $50,000 dedicated to feeding people — every year for the next 10 years.” Can government walk away like this?
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