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A Major Win for Religious Freedom

Religious freedom and freedom of speech has won the day!  Former Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran, who was fired by the City of Atlanta in 2015 for writing a book while off duty, which supported traditional marriage, was vindicated by a federal appeals court yesterday, which ruled that his firing “does not pass constitutional muster.”  The ruling is not only a victory for Chief Cochran, but religious freedom for all! Alliance Defending Freedom, which filed the lawsuit on Cochran’s behalf, said of the victory, “Government can’t force its employees to get its permission before engaging in free speech.” Click here to read more on this win for religious liberty!

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