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FFRF admonishes Okla. governor for coronavirus-related religious theatrics

The Freedom From Religion Foundation is reproaching the Oklahoma governor for engaging in religious shenanigans instead of real action in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.Gov. Kevin Stitt issued an official proclamation declaring March 26 as a “Statewide Day of Prayer.” He cited Psalm 34:17-18:

Be transported to ‘musical heaven’ on FFRF’s TV show this Sunday

We bring you the initial segment of an incredible musical journey on the Freedom From Religion Foundation’s “Freethought Matters” Sunday TV show — a perfect musical balm for our time.It’s the first of a two-part series in which FFRF Co-President/ “Freethought Matters” co-host Dan Barker and classica

Governors must prohibit church gatherings, FFRF urges

Churches must be included in the extensive list of entities currently prohibited from large gatherings, the Freedom From Religion Foundation is asking the nation’s governors.To combat the spread of COVID-19, states are heeding the advice of public health professionals and banning large gatherings of

Congress should have abstained from abstinence funding in stimulus package

The Freedom From Religion Foundation is blasting a $40 million allocation for “abstinence-only” education programs slipped into the stimulus package passed by the Senate and expected to be approved by the House on Friday. Formally titled the “extension of sexual risk avoidance education program,” se

Halt religious coronavirus proclamations, FFRF urges Utah governor

The Utah governor should stop making coronavirus-related religious proclamations that are counterproductive as well as unconstitutional, the Freedom From Religion Foundation asserts.Gov. Gary Herbert issued an official proclamation declaring March 20-22 as a “Weekend of Prayer and Service in Utah” a