How the 'Do No Harm Act' Would Change Religious Freedom

How the 'Do No Harm Act' Would Change Religious Freedom
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Amid growing conflict between religious liberty and other civil rights, a diverse coalition of pastors, policymakers and advocacy groups is calling for an overhaul of America's most notable religious freedom law outside of the Constitution.

The group has asked the incoming Biden administration to restore the Religious Freedom Restoration Act to its "original intent" by passing a controversial bill that would keep religious organizations from using it to seek faith-based exemptions from some health care, funding and nondiscrimination laws.

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