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New Bill Would Repeal Johnson Amendment, Protect Pastors Rights to Endorse Candidates, Political Positions

House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., introduced legislation Wednesday that would reinstate pastors' and churches' rights to speak freely on political matters and would allay major religious liberty and free speech concerns caused by the Johnson Amendment.
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