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NRB President Frank Wright: Birth Control Mandate, 'Hate Speech' Definition Threats to Religious Freedom

March 3, 2013

National Religious Broadcasters President Dr. Frank Wright spoke about the challenges facing his media colleagues and urged them to stand strong amid the growing restrictions on religious freedom during the opening general session of the NRB Convention on Saturday evening.

"Restrictions on religious freedom anywhere, are threats to religious freedom everywhere," said Wright, who has guided the organization for the past 10 years.


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