Do non-believers need a lobbyist in D.C.?
Good afternoon, welcome to WMNFâ€™s Radioactivity. Iâ€™m Rob Lorei. On the first part of todayâ€™s program, weâ€™ll hear from Lori Lipman Brown, the director and first Congressional lobbyist with a new group called the Secular Coalition For America. Itâ€™s a group that advocates on behalf of Americaâ€™s atheists, humanists, agnostics and others who want to see a separation between religious doctrine and civil law.
Brown is a former Nevada legislator, sheâ€™s 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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