There’s one thing you’re guaranteed never to hear in the U.S. House of Representatives: a secular invocation offered by a non-theist. The House doesn’t allow that. But if a pending lawsuit is successful, that just might change.
On the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday morning, Americans United, allies and activists gathered to hear community leaders and government officials speak in opposition to the Court’s ruling that allowed President Donald Trump’s Muslim ban to remain in effect indefinitely. Several members of Congress were present, and they promised to continue fighting to protect Muslims and religious freedom in American.
Two tax bills wended their way through Congress this week and their passage could have huge implications for church-state separation. Both the House and Senate bills are called the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, but they are very different from one another.