Last Chance to Stop Hate Crimes Bill!

By Richard Land
Oct 8, 2009

Dear Friends:

The House of Representatives is voting this morning on final passage of the Hate Crimes bill.

If you oppose this bill, which provides special federal protections for homosexuals that most others do not have, I encourage you to call your congressman right now. You can reach your congressman here or by dialing the Capitol switchboard at (202) 224-3121.

For more information:

The Trouble with Hate Crimes Legislation

Last Chance to Stop Hate Crimes Bill

Thank you for making your voice heard in this critical hour.

In His Service,

Dr. Richard Land
President
The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission
Southern Baptist Convention

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