Do non-believers need a lobbyist in D.C.?
Good afternoon, welcome to WMNFâs Radioactivity. Iâm Rob Lorei. On the first part of todayâs program, weâll hear from Lori Lipman Brown, the director and first Congressional lobbyist with a new group called the Secular Coalition For America. Itâs a group that advocates on behalf of Americaâs atheists, humanists, agnostics and others who want to see a separation between religious doctrine and civil law.
Brown is a former Nevada legislator, sheâs an attorney and has taught Constitutional law, American history and education law at the college level.
I began by asking her why people who are not religious need a lobbyist in Washington.
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