“The majority of erosion to church-state separation is at the local level,” said Serah Blain, the SCA’s first state director, appointed in Arizona in January. “It’s in city councils and school boards and statehouses. And that’s where these things really affect people’s lives, with laws on bullying and abortion and access to health care. And they are passing without much opposition because it isn’t seen as glamorous to lobby locally.”
Friday, May 11, 2012
#Secular Coalition for America taking a bottom up approach ...
Nonbelievers flex their political muscles - The Washington Post: