Privileging Religion

The Constitution prohibits our government from advancing any particular religious belief or religion in general, and from inhibiting individual religious beliefs. The Secular Coalition for America opposes government actions that privilege religion in over non-religion in public policy or society.

Reauthorization of D.C. Vouchers Violates Separation of Church and State

WASHINGTON, D.C. – In a clear violation of the separation of church and state, today House Speaker John Boehner and Senator Joe Lieberman announced their plans to reopen Washington, D.C.’s voucher program to new students, allowing private religious schools to receive thousands of U.S.  Read more »

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Atheists Excluded from Mayoral Prayer Service

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Atheists, agnostics, humanists, and other nontheistic Washington, D.C. residents will have no representation at Mayor-Elect Vincent Gray’s first official inaugural event—an ecumenical prayer service entitled “One City … Praying Together” at 8 a.m. Sunday, January 2, 2011.
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The 2010 Secular Coalition Senate Scorecard

We've put together a Senate Report Card evaluating each U.S. senator based on five key votes, directly relevant to our community and our issues, during the 111th Congress.   Read more »
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Secular Coalition Applauds Resolution Supporting Fact-Based Education, Denouncing Texas School Board Meddling

The Secular Coalition for America lauded a House resolution (H. Res. 1593) supporting fact-based social studies curricula in public schools, introduced by Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-TX) in response to the social studies curriculum established by the Texas State Board of Education, one which imposes a theocratic slant on the teaching of American history and other subjects.   Read more »
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Corporal Punishment Ban Praised by Secular Coalition for America

Today, Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-NY) introduced the Ending Corporal Punishment in Schools Act, a bill that would prohibit corporal punishment in all public and private schools that receive tax dollars. Currently, only two states ban corporal punishment in both private and public schools, though 30 states ban the practice in public schools. The Secular Coalition for America heralded the bill’s introduction as a positive step toward ending religious privilege in policy affecting and harming children.   Read more »
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Secular Coalition for America Opposes Elena Kagan for Supreme Court

Justice John Paul Stevens has been a historic champion of our constitutional separation of church and state. He has consistently sought to strike down special privileges for religion and its impositions on the rights of others. President Obama's choice to replace him, Solicitor General Elena Kagan, does not appear to embrace the fundamental American principle of church-state separation with the vigor and force of Justice John Paul Stevens.   Read more »
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