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LDS Church Urges Mormons To Combat Assisted Suicide And Marijuana Legalization Outside Of Utah

The Church of Latter Day Saints (LDS) often urges its followers, Mormons, to not forget their religion at the polls — and this year, they’ve specifically spoken out against legislation that would legalize assisted suicide and marijuana. As Colorado readies itself to vote on Proposition 106, which would legitimize the so-called “Death with Dignity” movement,... Read more » LDS Church U
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