Tag Archives: Religion

Vote No on Amendment 2, and How Else You Can Help

On August 7, Missouri residents have the opportunity to vote on Amendment 2, a public referendum that has the potential to damage educational progress in Missouri. The text that will appear on the ballot presents the Amendment as a simple … Continue reading

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Another Embarrassment for Missouri, Part 2: Sins of Omission Validated

Last week, I wrote about the “Right-to-Pray” Amendment that will be on the ballot in Missouri in August. I wrote about the problems that passage of this Amendment would cause for the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment and, more … Continue reading

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Another Embarrassment for Missouri

I recently wrote about a bad Intelligent Design bill that was introduced in the Missouri House. Fortunately, that bill died in legislature. Unfortunately, however, the Missouri legislature’s embarrassing session managed to pass another bill that will present to the voters … Continue reading

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Limits to Business Conscience Rights?

Reaction to the HHS rule regarding requiring businesses (including religious-related businesses) that offer prescription drug coverage to cover birth control as part of that has been interesting. There seems to be a real split in how the issue is framed: … Continue reading

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