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Submit Your Official Comment – Defend Churches Following Their Faith

We have a unique opportunity to defend religious liberties in church and charity hiring practices, but we need you.

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has proposed a new pro-religious liberty rule that would protect churches and religious charities from being forced to hire outside their faith.

Anti-church groups are sending thousands of supporters to file Public Comments with DOL. We’re preparing our own official legal public comment. But we need you to submit your own comment.

Here’s all you need to do: 1) Fill out your information. 2) Comment. Use or edit the Comment text we’ve provided, or draft your own. 3) Sign and submit. It’s that simple, and could make a HUGE impact.

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