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Trump’s actions during his first 100 days in office have time and again benefitted corporations and the wealthy at the expense of ordinary Americans.
The amendment serves as a critical safeguard to preserve the integrity of public charities.
For many people of faith, the motivation to fight against transgender discrimination in public policy comes from their religious identities, not despite them.
Despite attempts by conservative lawmakers to use religious and values language to support anti-transgender legislation, communities of faith show majority and increasing support for transgender people and LGBT rights, equality, and inclusion.
The White House’s foolhardy Muslim ban does nothing to protect us.
Stopping the refugee program even temporarily will decimate refugee resettlement and leave vulnerable refugees to languish indefinitely.
The courts are a critical independent check on this unpredictable and dangerous administration’s attack on the Muslim community.
President Donald Trump’s Muslim ban keeps innocent people from traveling to the United States, but does little to make the United States safer.
True religious liberty must be preserved for all Americans and protected from manipulation for political gain.
The Trump administration’s Muslim ban is a troubling glimpse into the disastrous policies and poor management that the nation is likely to face over the next four years.
President Trump has repeatedly said that his Supreme Court justice would vote to overturn Roe v. Wade.
No Americans have ever been killed in a terrorist attack in the United States by a national from the banned countries.
In 2017, the voices and actions of these 12 faith leaders will be integral to advancing dignity and equity for all.
Divisive rhetoric harms many diverse groups—including women, Muslims, and those perceived to be Muslim—and Americans must use their vote to speak up.