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By Matthew Clark1329331798000

The ACLJ was privileged to participate in this past weekend’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington, DC – the largest annual gathering of conservative leaders, grassroots activists, policy experts, and concerned citizens.

As a key leader in protecting the fundamental rights of life and liberty secured by the Constitution, the ACLJ was able to share with other conservative leaders and activists our aggressive strategy of litigating, working with elected officials, and utilizing a comprehensive media strategy. As Jay Sekulow, ACLJ Chief Counsel, shared with CPAC, “Through our daily radio show, weekly television show, and sophisticated digital media effort we reach nearly 2 million people a day.”

CPAC awarded ACLJ Senior Counsel David French the prestigious Ronald Reagan award for his dedicated defense of constitutional liberty.

In addition, Fox News, CBN, and CNN covered Jordan Sekulow’s panel on faith and family in politics and Jay’s speech to main audience.

The ACLJ was also able to share this video below several times throughout the course of the weekend with the convention attendees about our work.

Thank you for your support and making the mission and work of the ACLJ defending your constitutional liberties possible.

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