A new vision for the National Prayer Breakfast

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If lawmakers make room for people of diverse faiths to participate in the prayer breakfast, they should also honor all beliefs in public policy and in the rights afforded all forms of belief. When it comes to reproductive choice, for instance, the laws made in Washington should reflect the constitutional guarantee that Americans are all free to believe as they wish and exercise those beliefs in their personal lives. When religious beliefs curtail the rights of others to live freely, then we are trampling on, not honoring, our nation’s promise of religious freedom.