Hawaii Gov't Attempting to Silence Churches Ahead of Midterm Elections, Conservative Legal Group Claims

August 27, 2018

The Alliance Defending Freedom sent a letter to Hawaii Attorney General Russell Suzuki on Monday taking issue with a guidance letter he sent out last month regarding charities and political activity.

ADF Senior Counsel Erik Stanley wrote that he believed Suzuki's guidance was "clearly an intimidation tactic leveled at Hawaii's houses of worship to frighten them into silence on the upcoming elections for political office."

Read more at: https://www.christianpost.com/news/hawaii-attorney-general-suzuki-attempting-silence-churches-midterm-elections-conservative-legal-group-adf-226958/



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