Blog Archives for October, 2009

Congress Passes Historic Hate Crimes Legislation

Matt Separa — October 26, 2009 — 3 Comments

After approval in the Senate, protection for LGBT community against hate crimes goes to President's desk.

Religious Nonsense in Health Reform

Matt Separa — October 20, 2009

Current healthcare bills in Congress would mandate coverage of "alternative religious and spiritual treatments" by providers.

DC School Voucher Program Still Under Debate

Matt Separa — October 19, 2009

The Senate is considering potentially reauthorizing funds for the Washington DC School Voucher program.

Senate Finance Committee Healthcare Bill

Matt Separa — October 15, 2009

The Senate Finance Committee Healthcare Bill provides for both abstinence only and other pregnancy prevention programs

OPP Attends President’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships

Matt Separa — October 14, 2009

On Oct. 13th representatives of the OPP attended the President's Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships

Center for Inquiry attends Women Money Power Summit

Lori Sommerfelt — October 14, 2009

Representatives of the Office of Public Policy Attended the Women Money Power Summit Hosted By the Feminist Majority Foundation

CFI’s Position on Health Care Reform

Lori Sommerfelt — October 14, 2009

A Summary of CFI's Positions Regarding Current Health Care Reform

One Fifth of DC School Vouchers Were Not Accounted For

Lori Sommerfelt — October 09, 2009

Senator Durbin finds no record of 385 children that were supposed to be in the program.