The Latest from Americans United
- Blog PostPublic meetings are vital government functions that should welcome all citizens to attend and participate. Invocations – especially those that only represent a majority faith and exclude religious minorities and non-believers from participating – can send the exact opposite message.
- Blog PostThe story of Maziar Hashemi, a U.S. citizen who is battling a rare form of blood cancer and needs a bone marrow transplant from his Iranian brother, is just one of many heartbreaking examples of Americans who are harmed by President Trump’s senseless and discriminatory Muslim ban.
- Blog PostAmericans United joined allies to deliver more than 200,000 comments from people objecting to the Trump administration proposal to create a sweeping religious exemption for health care providers that would allow them to use religion to justify denying health care to patients.
- Blog PostThe Religious Right no longer cares about character. If the movement’s followers must discard principle and twist themselves into knots to appoint Trump a kind of latter-day prophet, they’re willing to do it.