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Smart SBA Rules and Religious Freedom

Yes, the United States has a wall separating church and state, as well we should. But it should not be as tall and thick as it’s often made out to be. Which thankfully has been understood by the Small Business Administration in publishing rules last week regarding participation in the recently adopted federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), and the Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program (EIDL)....

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Why Is Minnesota Making War On the Little Sisters of the Poor?

The Little Sisters of the Poor is an international organization of Catholic nuns. Founded in the 19th Century, its mission is to care for the impoverished elderly. Its nuns take vows of chastity, poverty, obedience and hospitality. The Little Sisters were swept up in constitutional litigation when the federal government tried to force the Little Sisters to provide week-after pills and other contraceptive devices as part of the Sisters' health care plan, in violation of the Sisters' religious beliefs. The government tried to collect $70 million from the order to punish it for refusing to succumb to government bullying. Happily, in...

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