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Wall Street Journal Exposes Egregious Tax-free Housing Privileges for Clergy

Secular Coalition for America Questions Expensive Subsidies for Clergy as Congress Considers Massive Cuts to Social, Other Programs

WASHINGTON, D.C. – As Congress looks for ways to cut billions of dollars from the federal budget, an Aug. 23 Wall Street Journal article shed light on a special tax privilege that makes it possible for any minister of the Gospel to “buy or live in multiple homes tax free.”   Read more »

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Secular Coalition to White House: Stop Ignoring Faith-Based Employment Discrimination

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Responding to recent comments by President Barack Obama and a top White House official, the Secular Coalition for America today urged the Obama administration to stop ignoring faith-based and taxpayer-funded employment discrimination and recommit to the president’s 2008 campaign promise to overturn the Bush-era policy that allows such discrimination to occur.   Read more »

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Secular Coalition Presses Obama on Faith-Based Policies During Live Town Hall Meeting

WASHINGTON, D.C. – At a live-televised town hall meeting in College Park, Maryland, today, President Barack Obama gave the first question opportunity to Amanda Knief of the Secular Coalition for America, who asked the president why he has still not fulfilled the campaign promise he made three years ago to end the Bush-era policies that allow federally funded religious organizations to discriminate in hiring and employment on the basis of belief.   Read more »

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Secular Coalition Applauds N.Y. Lawmakers Who Supported Marriage Equality Over Religious Beliefs

Key Catholic Republican Said He Based His Vote on “Reason” – Not Religious Upbringing

WASHINGTON, D.C. – In the wake of the New York State Senate’s historic vote to legalize same-sex marriage, the Secular Coalition for America today commended those New York State lawmakers who cast aside anti-gay religious beliefs and voted in favor of equal marriage rights for all their constituents.    Read more »

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House Members, Secular Coalition Urge Obama to End Religious Bias in Hiring

WASHINGTON, D.C. – At a press conference today, members of the U.S. House, the Secular Coalition for America, and the Coalition Against Religious Discrimination (CARD) will call upon President Obama to fulfill the promise he made nearly three years ago during a campaign speech in Zanesville, Ohio, to end federally funded hiring discrimination on the basis of religion.
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Governors Should Reject Perry Prayer Invitation, Secular Coalition Says

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today the Secular Coalition for America urged the nation’s governors to reject an invitation from Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) to attend an explicitly Christian August 6 prayer gathering in Houston where Perry says the nation must “call upon Jesus to guide us” and ask for “God’s forgiveness, wisdom and provision.”
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