Group seeks Oklahoma volunteers to lobby lawmakers to oppose religion-based measures
The Secular Coalition for America wants to stop attempts by legislators to insert religion into government. An Oklahoma lawmaker says legislators should use their faith as a guideline when considering measures.
A national group is seeking volunteers to lobby Oklahoma lawmakers to oppose religiously based measures, which have been on the increase since Republicans gained control of the Legislature four years ago.
“Some of the most egregious examples of attempts to insert religion into government are happening at the state level,” said Lauren Anderson Youngblood, spokeswoman for the Secular Coalition...
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