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Tell Them Enough is Enough

 
National Organization for Marriage

Dear Marriage Supporter,

I wrote you recently about the newly introduced Child Welfare Provider Inclusion Act [S. 2706, H.R. 5258], that aims to protect child welfare providers—including private and faith-based adoption and foster care agencies—from discrimination so that they may continue providing valuable services to families and children.

If you haven't contacted Congress about this legislation yet, please do so today. Click here to express your support for this Act and to urge your Representative and Senators to support it as well.

Believing that kids need both a mom and a dad ought not to disqualify service providers from doing their great work. We cannot allow people to be penalized simply for holding to the common sense principle that children do best when raised by both a loving mother and father.

Shutting down agencies that provide for the needs of kids simply to advance a radical agenda is dirty politics at its very dirtiest, and we need this law to say enough is enough.

So please take action right now to urge your elected officials to support the important Child Welfare Provider Inclusion Act. Congress must uphold and defend the rights of religious child welfare service providers and not to allow them to be forced from the public square.

And, please, after you've taken action today, forward this message to your friends and family members using the buttons below and encourage them to do likewise.

Faithfully,

Brian S Brown

Brian S. Brown
President
National Organization for Marriage

Brian Brown

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