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FCNL advocate holding letter to Congress in front of U.S. Capitol Building during Spring Lobby Weekend

“When courageous action is required, God calls on ordinary people to accomplish the extraordinary.”

Amelia Kegan, FCNL’s legislative director for domestic policy

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