A new group will join the bevy of lobbyists trying to peddle influence over Georgia lawmakers next year. But it doesn't have a prayer.
The national Secular Coalition for America is cementing plans this summer to start local offshoots in all 50 states by year's end. The group advocates for a "strong" separation between church and state, representing not just atheists but anyone pushing to keep that boundary clearly defined.
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