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Stop State Lawmakers from Using Beliefs to Deny Healthcare

As a Kentuckian, it’s disappointing to see that my state legislators are prioritizing discrimination over some of the most pressing issues in our commonwealth....

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Oklahoma’s Church Superspreader Bill is a Recipe for Disaster

In the early days of the pandemic, public health restrictions were uncertain, and there were many questions regarding what was essential. Churches were labeled as nonessential and for good reason — they are not immediately necessary to protect the health and safety of citizens....

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Discrimination is NOT Religious Freedom — Support the Do No Harm Act!

For too long, religious exemptions have created special privileges for religious people and organizations at the federal level....

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Oppose Religious Coercion in Nebraska Public Schools!

Nebraska lawmakers are considering an unnecessary and exclusionary bill (LB 36) that will require every school classroom to have an “In God We Trust” display....

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Support Death with Dignity in Connecticut

The Connecticut Joint Public Health Committee is currently considering HB 6425, an important bill that will allow terminally ill people to receive compassionate medical aid-in-dying....

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Support the Equality Act to Protect Civil Rights and Limit Religious Exemptions!

The Equality Act (H.R. 5) is a bill that would expand national civil rights laws by prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity....

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Arkansans: Please Help Stop Dangerous Religious Exemptions in Health Care!

The Arkansas House Public Health, Welfare and Labor Committee is considering a bill (SB 289) that creates dangerously broad religious exemptions for health care providers, institutions, and payers (insurance and employers), allowing them to deny care based on their beliefs....

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Arizonans: Oppose Public Funding for Deceptive Religious “Pregnancy Centers!”

Arizona lawmakers are considering a controversial bill (SB 1251/HB 2404) that could hand over $3 million to religious “pregnancy centers.” This bill is moving quickly, it was already passed by committees in each chamber....

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