Congress's First Amendment Defense Act Loses Supporters
July 28, 2016
In response to the U.S. Supreme Court's 5-4 ruling on marriage, members of Congress introduced the First Amendment Defense Act (FADA) to protect the rights of conscience and religious freedom. The original version gained wide support, but recent amendments to the proposed bill have resulted in some pro-family organizations withdrawing their support of FADA.
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