The Secular Coalition for America is working to bring a new voice to
the Iowa Capitol, on behalf of atheists and non-theistic residents who
want to see a strong separation of religion and government.
The Iowa push is part of the coalition's nationwide effort to
organize chapters in every U.S. state by the end of 2012, said Lauren
Anderson Youngblood, communications manager for the non-profit
organization that serves as the national lobby for atheists, agnostics,
humanists, freethinkers, and other non-theistic Americans. She said the
coalition comprises 11 diverse groups that work to protect and
strengthen the secular character of government as the best guarantee of
freedom for all.
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