Anti-faith bias making it harder for some children to get help
Faith-based providers and individuals helping children should not be prevented from providing welfare services because of their religious faith, according to U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., and Rep. Mike Kelly, R-Pa. The lawmakers say some people in positions of power are essentially discriminating against people of faith and seeking to force providers out of these services because of the providers’ beliefs.
Enzi and Kelly introduced legislation today to ensure faith-based institutions and individuals can continue to provide services for those who need them.
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