Faith in Public Life: Immigration, hate crimes and health care

by Ruth Moon

The proposed Senate health care bill should provide for the estimated 17 million people who will likely be caught between Medicaid and regular insurance premiums.

The hate crimes legislation “welcomes justice, however delayed, to the victims of anti-gay violence, and to those who dare commit their hands to hatred.”

Advertisements by faith-based organizations should have faith-based messages.

An interfaith group met in Washington, D.C. late last week to “remember” Congress and the Obama administration as they work on a health care bill.

How should one interact with immigrants, and what’s the right stance on immigration reform?

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