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Secular Coalition for America

National Secular Movement Update
Newsletter and Call

Call Every Thursday from 12PM - 12:30PM (ET)
Phone Number: 559-726-1300 Code: 199568
May 23, 2013

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:

On the Hill: After the recess the House will focus on appropriations bills and are looking for all possible amendments at this time. The Republicans in the House will then turn to entitlement reform. The Senate is not expected to finish the Farm Bill, as their recess is next week and they are receiving numerous IRS amendments--but will revisit following the recess. Come June, the Senate will consider the immigration bill and in July they plan to work on all the nominations up for vote.  Beginning July 1st the Senate will consider a student loan rate cap -- Democrats in the Senate have a proposal to raise taxes to fund below rate student loans. The House Ways and Means Committee will focus on hearings concerning the IRS and targeting conservative groups, they have established a hotline for those who claim they've been affected.

Supreme Court to Hear Legislative Prayer Case  - The Supreme Court said Monday that it will review whether a New York town council that starts most of its meetings with a Christian prayer violates the separation of church and state -- they will weigh whether prayers at meetings violate separation of church and state. The court decided 30 years ago, in a case involving the Nebraska legislature, that legislative meetings that open with a prayer do not violate the First Amendment’s prohibition of government-established religion as long as they do not advance a single faith.

Arizona lawmaker publicly announces "I am an atheist" - A state lawmaker acknowledged that he is an atheist as he gave the daily House invocation Tuesday, urging legislators to look at each other, rather than bow their heads, and "celebrate our shared humanness." Rep. Juan Mendez, D-Tempe, who said it was freeing to be open about his secular views, also introduced about a dozen fellow members of the Secular Coalition for Arizona, who watched from the House gallery. In his "invocation" Mendez quoted Carl Sagan and said, "I would like to ask that you not bow your heads. I would like to ask that you to take a moment to look around the room at all of the men and women here, in this moment, sharing together this extraordinary experience of being alive and of dedicating ourselves to working toward improving the lives of the people in our state....let us root our policy-making process in these values that are relevant to all Arizonans regardless of religious belief or nonbelief."  Tuesday's invocation was to have been given by Serah Blain, executive director of the Secular Coalition of Arizona, but she was stopped at the last minute. Mendez said that House staff later told him they had no record of his request to allow Blain's remarks, so he offered the remarks himself. You can view the video at the Secular Coalition for Arizona.

At least one legislator, Republican Rep. Steve Smith, took issue with Mendez' "invocation" because he said it wasn't a prayer. So, he led his own--and about half of the 60-member body joined him. He said, “When there’s a time set aside to pray and to pledge, if you are a non-believer, don’t ask for time to pray." Mendez responded, “If my lack of religion doesn’t give me the same opportunity to engage in this platform then I feel kind of disenfranchised. So I did want to stand up and offer some kind of thing that represented my view on what’s going on.” Mendez' invocation was an opening for discussion with several legislators saying they supported Mendez' actions, including a Navajo Indian representative, Rep. Jamescita Peshlakai, who said, "I want to remind the House and my colleagues and everybody here that several of us here are not Christianized. I’m a traditional Navajo, so I stand here every day and participate in prayers,” even without personally embracing them, said Peshlakai, D-Cameron. “This is the United States, this is America, and we all represent different people ... and you need to respect that. Your God is no more powerful than my God."

IRS Scandals - The White House continues to be tangled in controversy, including the IRS targeting Tea Party related tax exempt organizations for investigation.  The Secular Coalition sent a letter to the President correcting many of the misrepresentations that Franklin Graham, President and CEO of Billy Graham Evangalestic Assocation, wrote in his letter to the president accusing the IRS of targeting religious groups for additional scrutiny.

The Secular Coalition this week named the Daily Caller the "most unethical news publication"- The SCA gave the award after receiving several hateful messages from an editor at the publication, Christopher Bedford, including one that read, “Take a day off from hating God, kids and babies.” Bedford's actions were supported by Daily Caller Editor in Chief, Tucker Carlson. The Coalition decided to issue the award as a lighthearted way of drawing attention to media bias against nontheists.

Nontheists Fundraise to Help Tornado Victims - After the tragic storms this week in Oklahoma, the nontheistic community has come together to raise money to help the victims. The Humanist Crisis Response program of Foundation Beyond Belief has opened a donation drive and by Wednesday afternoon the group had already raised $30,405. (Click here to contribute.) Atheists Giving Aid has also mobilized a fundraising campaign to help the tornado victims and as of Wednesday afternoon, they had already raised more than $16,000. (Click here to contribute.)

Blasphemy and International Religious Freedom - Yesterday, Secretary of State John Kerry announced the release of the State Department's 2012 International Religious Freedom Report.  He noted that the report identifies discrimination and violence against many religious groups, "including Baha'is, Buddhists, Hindus, Jews, Christians, Muslims, and Sikhs."  Notably left out of this list are atheists and the right not to believe. Last week, the Secular Coalition signed onto a letter sent to several members of Congress requesting they host a hearing regarding the ongoing persecution of religious minorities, including atheists in Bangladesh.


Table of Contents:

I. White House and Congressional Update
II. Secular Events and Calendar
III. Secular Movement in the News
IV. Legislative and Regulatory Update
V. Judicial
VI. SCA State Chapters

VII. Secular Student Movement Update
VIII. Policy and Research Documents
IX. Secular Coalition Expansion
X. SCA Member and Associated Organization Announcements
XII. Movement Charity Updates and Activities

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I. White House and Congressional Update 
  • House: Yesterday the House Oversight and Government Reform committee held the third congressional hearing into the Internal Revenue Service’s targeting of conservative groups, with Lois Lerner, the director of the IRS Exempt Organization Division. The Military Personnel Subcommittee of House Armed Services Committee marked up portions of the fiscal 2014 defense authorization under its jurisdiction yesterday, including reauthorizing religious exemptions and the chaplain program. 
  • Senate: The Senate Judiciary Committee voted with a strong bipartisan majority Tuesday evening to advance comprehensive immigration legislation. Senate Judiciary Chairman Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) withdrew a controversial amendment to the immigration bill that would allow American citizens in same-sex marriages to sponsor green cards for their foreign partners. Leahy said he chose to withdraw the amendment "with a heavy heart" because Republicans have said they would oppose the sweeping immigration bill if it was included.
  • White House:  The White House continues to be tangled in controversy, including the IRS targeting Tea Party related tax exempt organizations for investigation.  The SCA sent a letter to the President correcting many of the misrepresentations that Franklin Graham, President and CEO of Billy Graham Evangalestic Assocation, wrote in his letter to the president accusing the IRS of targeting religious groups for additional scrutiny.
  • International: Yesterday, Secretary of State John Kerry announced the release of the State Department's 2012 International Religious Freedom Report.  You can view the report in full here. In his remarks, Secretary Kerry said that "when countries undermine or attack religious freedom, they not only unjustly threaten those whom they target; they also threaten their country's own stability. ...Attacks on religious freedom are therefore both a moral and a strategic national security concern for the United States."  He noted that the report identifies discrimination and violence against many religious groups, "including Baha'is, Buddhists, Hindus, Jews, Christians, Muslims, and Sikhs."  Notably left out of this list are atheists and the right not to believe. He did, however, identify a "troubling trend" in the "increasing use of laws governing blasphemy and apostasy," adding that "we believe they ought to be repealed."  In preparation for her trip to Bangladesh, Deputy Assistant of the Secretary of State Karen Hanrahan met with representatives of the International Religious Freedom coalition and the nontheistic community on Monday, May 20. Last week, the Secular Coalition signed onto a letter sent to several members of Congress requesting they host a hearing regarding the ongoing persecution of religious minorities, including atheists in Bangladesh.
Upcoming Meetings
  • May 23rd - Senate Finance Committee - Tax Reform
  • May 29th - Senator Harkin's Office to discuss religious exemptions in the Employment Non Discrimination Act (ENDA)
  • May 29th - Senator Merkley's Office ENDA religious exemptions
  • June 6th  - Senator Baldwin's Office ENDA religious exemptions
  • We are the process of scheduling meetings with the following offices on the following issues:
    • Religious exemptions in the Employment Non Discrimination Act
      • Sen. Portman (OH)
      • Sen. Kirk (IL)
    • Tax reform removing religious privileging
      • Rep. Levin (MI-9)
      • Rep. Johnson (TX-3)
      • Sen. Hatch (UT)
  • If you are interested in attending any of these meetings, email Kelly Damerow at [email protected]
  • As a part of  AEU and WASH Secular Advocacy Day, we are arranging meetings for participants with the following offices on Thursday June 13th:
    • Senator Warner (VA)
    • Senator Kaine (VA)
    • Senator Mikulski (MD)
    • Senator Cardin (MD)
    • Senator Schumer (NY)
    • Senator Gillibrand (NY)
    • Senator Lautenberg (NJ)
    • Senator Menendez (NJ)
  • Find more information on AEU and WASH Secular Advocacy Day and register by emailing [email protected].
If you are interested in attending one of these meetings, please contact Director of Federal and State Affairs, [email protected]. For UN-related questions or remarks for these meetings can email [email protected]. More information on the Committee and all its events can be found at http://unforb.wordpress.com/ (Thank you to Michael DeDora for this update, [email protected], 646.706.6080). Otherwise, contact Edwina Rogers, Executive Director, Edwina Rogers, at [email protected] or by phone at 202-299-101 ext. 207 or cell: 202-674-7800.

II. Secular Events and Calendar
Anything to add? Contact Communications Manager, Lauren Anderson Youngblood at [email protected]. Please let us know if you'd like to attend one of these meetings: If you are interested, please contact Director of Federal and State Affairs, Kelly Damerow at [email protected] for anything legislation-related.

III. Secular Movement In the News

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Secular Coalition in the News
State Chapter News
Secular and Related News

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Calendar Events

  • May 27 - Memorial Day 
  • June 1 - International Doubt Day
  • June 6 - Atheist Pride Day 
  • June 14 - Flag Day 
  • June 17 - 50th Anniversary of  SC case, School District of Abington Township v. Schempp, resulting in a landmark ruling striking down coercive, school-sponsored forms of prayer and Bible reading in public schools.
  • July 4 - Independence Day
  • August 11 - Ingersoll Day
  • August 23 - Women's Equality Day
  • Sept. 17 - Constitution Day
  • Sept. 23 - Blasphemy Day
Are there any upcoming anniversaries, days of note, holidays or events that the movement needs to coordinate press around? Contact Communications Manager, Lauren Anderson Youngblood at [email protected]
 
IV. Legislative and Regulatory Update
Federal 
  • AEU & WASH Secular Advocacy Day- In conjunction with the American Ethical Union and Washington Area Secular Humanists, the Secular Coalition for America  is hosting an Advocacy Day on Thursday, June 13. The SCA will provide basic training in advocacy and lobbying at their offices and organize visits with Congressional staff members. Local D.C.-area humanists and colleagues from SCA member organizations are invited to join. Members of ethical societies are coming to DC for their national meeting, and this event is timed to build on that. There is no charge to participate, but participants are responsible for transportation and meals. Please register ASAP but no later than May 30th by emailing [email protected].
  • Secular Tax Reform -  Taxreform.gov was launched to receive public input on comprehensive tax reform through a joint effort by the Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus (D-Mont.) and House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp (R-Mich.). This is your chance to show our federal lawmakers that religious entitlements in the tax code is an important issue to all Americans, and especially the 46 million "Nones!"
    • Tell them how they can reach their goals of achieving a simpler and fairer tax code by removing religious entitlements. Right now the tax code grants numerous benefits to churches that are not available to all other 501(c)(3) organizations, such as awarding 501(c)(3) status without application, removing the requirement to file annual IRS reports, and providing insulation from auditing through the Church Audit Procedures Act. The combination of these exemptions ensures churches receive substantial tax benefits while remaining shielded from any public or government review. These exemptions have an unjustifiably high cost. Simply enforcing compliance by churches with the same rules that apply to all other nonprofits, could generate billions of dollars in additional tax revenue. Removing these exemptions does not threaten religious liberty rights as the financial reporting required does not involve matters of religious belief or practice. However, if a church objects to the inquiry, they are free to forego the exemption and limit IRS access to their records. Courts have repeatedly held that 501(c)(3) status is a privilege, not a right to which houses of worship are entitled. If churches receive the tax exemption benefits of 501(c)(3) status, they should follow the rules required of all 501c3 organizations.  For more information visit secular.org/taxreform.
    • The SCA sent a letter to the President correcting many of the misrepresentations that Franklin Graham, President and CEO of Billy Graham Evangalestic Assocation, wrote in his letter to the president accusing the IRS of targeting religious groups for additional scrutiny.
    • All three recommendations on eliminating religious privileging from the tax code that the Secular Coalition submitted to the Charitable/Exempt Organizations Tax Reform Working Group, have been included in the Joint Committee on Taxation's report to the House Ways and Means Committee. The report says: "Eliminate the following three special rules for churches: (1) the exemption of churches from the requirement that section 501(c)(3) organizations apply for tax exempt status; (2) the exemption of churches from the requirement that section 501(c)(3) organizations file an annual Form 990 series return; and (3) the restrictions on church tax inquiries and audits under section 7611.”In our comments we highlighted that enabling the IRS to revoke the tax-exempt status of churches who violate 501(c)(3) limitations could generate up to $16.75 billion  additional annual revenue per year, almost enough to cover the entire 2012 budget for NASA! 
  • FEMA Funding for Churches - HR 592, authorizing FEMA aid for rebuilding houses of worship, which passed the House in February, was received in the Senate and referred to the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs on March 13th. It has been indicated that this is unlikely to be considered by the committee, however the SCA is keeping a vigilant watch and preparing to meet with Senators to ensure it does not progress.
  • Employment Non Discrimination Act - We met with Congressional LGBT Caucus leaders and co-sponsor Senator Collin's office discussing the overly broad religious exemptions. ENDA is a bill that would prohibit employment discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity and includes religious exemptions. 
Contact Kelly Damerow, Director of Federal and State Affairs, with additional suggestions or information at [email protected].
 
V. Judicial
Presented this week by Freedom From Religion Foundation, prepared by Andrew L. Seidel:
  • Supreme Court grants cert. in Galloway v. Town of Greece - We will finally get clarification on the constitutionality of sectarian prayer at government meetings. For the first time since the Court carved out the Marsh exception in 1983 they have agreed to review legislative prayer.  The facts of the case, brought by AU, are strong.  From 1999 to mid-2010 all prayer-givers but four were Christian.  The four non-Christians all gave invocations in 2008 because of the plaintiffs’ complaints.  Then they went back to business as usual.  
  • IRS Scandal and lawsuits against the IRS - With the IRS scandal in full swing it is worth noting that FFRF has three ongoing lawsuits against the IRS.  The first suit challenges the parsonage exemption for “ministers of the gospel.”  The second challenges the IRS’s non-enforcement of electioneering restrictions.  The third suit challenges the preferential treatment given to churches regarding the Form 990.  American Atheists also has a suit on this issue.  The second and third cases involve the Exempt Office, the department under scrutiny.
  • Arlenes flowers WA - Washington state filed suit against a florist who refused to provide flowers at a same-sex wedding under the state public accommodation law.  ADF filed counterclaims alleging, among other things, a violation of the florist’s free exercise rights.  The customer who was discriminated against is named Robert Ingersoll. 
If you have any additions, questions or submissions for inclusion on the judicial section for next week, contact Bill Burgess, [email protected], 202-238-9088 or Rebecca S. Markert, [email protected], with the Freedom From Religion Foundation at  (608) 256-8900.

VI. SCA State Chapters
The Secular Coalition will be putting together scorecards for Virginia and New Jersey--the only two states to hold gubernatorial elections this year. We will review the gubernatorial candidates and problematic state legislators. To see other scorecards such as the scorecard for the Massachusetts special Senate Election visit Secular.org for more.

Arkansas
  • SB 1119 to Enact The Religious Freedom Restoration Act; And To Provide Remedies And Penalties For Violating Or Abusing Religious Protections Under The Act. Read the third time and passed the Senate 34/1 on April 2nd.
Montana
  • HB 217 allows religious 501c3 organization to put ballot issue material in their literature. Hearing before Senate State Administration Committee on 2/20/13. Passed in the Senate on March 28th but has since returned to the House with amendments. As of April 9th, Signed by President and transmitted to the Governor. On May 3rd it was Vetoed by the Governor!
Nevada
  • SB192 - "Enacts the Nevada Preservation of Religious Freedom Act to prohibit governmental entities from substantially burdening the exercise of religion." This would allow anyone to act or not act 'on religious grounds' alone in many circumstances. Passed Senate and moved to Assembly April, 23rd. As of May 18th, Pursuant to Joint Standing Rule No. 14.3.3, no further action allowed. 
  • SB314 - "Provides that the right of parents to make choices regarding the upbringing, education and care of their children is a fundamental right." This bill is being pushed by the religious home schooling lobbyists. Passed Senate and moved to Assembly April, 22nd.
  • SB445 - Allows companies to 'sponsor' educational choices - private schools and home schools. The company then gets a tax break for the money they spend, thus tax revenue for public education is lost, the company keeps the taxes they would have paid, while giving money to what amounts to state sponsored, faith-based, home school education. Re-referred to the committee on Finance on April, 15th.
North Carolina
  • SB 370 - Respect for Student Prayer. This bill would require K-12 teachers to "respect" student led prayer. Passed the Senate on May 9th and was referred to the House committee on Education as of May 14th.
Oregon
  • SB 132 Eliminating Oregon's "religious exemption" from child immunizations. Public hearing held 2/19. Currently in the Health Care and Human Services Committee. Taken from 05-15 Calendar and placed on 05-22 Calendar on voice vote.
Pennsylvania
  • HB 922 - An Act amending Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, providing for parties and records in legal actions concerning public interest. Referred to Judiciary on March 11th.
  • HR 306 - A Resolution designating the week of May 6 through 12, 2013, as "American Religious History Week" in Pennsylvania. Referred to Education on May 7th.  
Rhode Island
  • SB 298 Legislation Knights of Columbus “pro life” license plates - Introduced, referred to Senate Special Legislation and Veterans Affairs on February 12th.
More Information on States
  • Legislation tracking is now available on the chapter pages of all officially launched Secular Coalition chapters! Coming soon to all pages!
  • We encourage everyone to “like” the Facebook pages of their state chapter, listed as “Secular Coalition for [State].
  • Get the latest updates and sign up to receive emails about the chapter forming in your state on the state chapter’s page on our website.
If you have seen any bills that concern secular issues in your state, please email [email protected] with the state and bill number in the subject line.

VII. Secular Student Movement Update
  • A 16-year old student named Gage Pulliam at Moldrow High School in Oklahoma recently spoke out against his school's practice of displaying plaques of the ten commandments in classrooms.  Gage worked with the Freedom from Religion Foundation and last Friday the school removed the plaques.  The community has reacted negatively to the complaint, but Gage is receiving a lot of support from nontheists online.
  • Students at Northwest Rankin High School in Mississippi are now telling their side of the story to file a lawsuit about their school's decision to host a Christian assembly in the building during school hours.  The plaintiff, Magdalene Bedi, is working with Bill Burgess and the Appignani Humanist Legal Center and this past week wrote a piece for Humanist Network News.
  • We've been working with the Interfaith Youth Core to include a Secular American in their campus "Interfaith Leaders" series, and just received the result.  At our suggestion, they've produced resources on A. Philip Randolph, reading: "Lead like A. Philip Randolph. He planned the 1963 March on Washington with Bayard Rustin, a Quaker. He supported R. Martin Luther King Jr., a Baptist. He was an atheist."

SSA Conferences are coming up soon. The leadership conferences are open to all and train anyone who wants to be a more engaged activist.  

  • Las Vegas venue is June 21-23 at the University of Nevada Las Vegas.  
  • Columbus conference is July 12-14 at the Ohio State.
For more information, questions, comments or additions to student-led efforts in the secular movement, Contact Jesse Galef, communications manager with the Secular Student Alliance at [email protected].

VIII. Policy and Research Documents Reminder: The Open Access on-line Research Library at the Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society & Culture, Trinity College, Hartford, CT is available to everyone in the movement. Go to www.secularisminstitute.org. This is the academic website for ISSSC.  From there you can access (top right) all the reports and materials on the American Religious Identification Survey series since 1990.

Contact Barry Kosmin ([email protected]) Director of the Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society or Jenny Kalmanson ([email protected]), who sits on the Board of the American Humanist Association, with any additions or suggestions for this list. Powerpoints, brochures, scorecards, and other resources are now available on the website.  These speeches will be free and available to everyone in the movement. The Secular Coalition is looking for helpful research papers, to link to from our website and to determine where additional research needs to be done.  If you are aware of any, please send information to [email protected]

IX. Secular Coalition Expansion

Coalition expansion drive underway!  We are looking to add Endorsing and Allied organizations through additional website sign up opportunities and meetings.  Please recommend any non-movement groups we should meet with to discuss common ground. 

We had 34 endorsing organizations in May of 2012; we now have 118.

X. SCA Member and Associated Organization Announcements

Matthew Bulger, the American Humanist Association's legislative associate, met this week with staff from the offices of Reps. Hahn, Bass, and Polis to introduce them to the AHA and discuss the organization's concern regarding the funding cuts to scientific and medical research.

On May 15 my new short documentary “Collision! Free speech and religion” was released online. The new 18 minute documentary program, written and presented by Danish Human Rights Lawyer, Jacob Mchangama, focuses on one of the defining issues of our time; the global battle of values over the relationship between free speech and religious sensitivities.

Registration for Camp Quest sessions is filling up fast. Chesapeake, Oklahoma, Texas, Ohio, and Michigan have already gone to waiting lists. Find a camp session and get registration information at www.campquest.org/register. Applications for volunteer counselors for week-long Camp Quest sessions this summer are being accepted. Go to www.campquest.org/volunteer.
 
Want to share your organization's efforts with the SCA?  Email updates, alerts, announcements or other items you'd like to share with the community to [email protected].

XII. Movement Charity Updates and Activities:
Join the humanist response to the Oklahoma tornado - The Humanist Crisis Response program of Foundation Beyond Belief has opened a donation drive in response to the devastating tornado that swept through the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore and surrounding areas, flattening homes and two schools. Scores of severe injuries and deaths have been reported, and intense work is under way to find and rescue those trapped in the rubble. As of Wednesday afternoon the group had already raised $30,405. Click here to contribute.

Atheists Giving Aid has also mobilized a fundraising campaign to help the tornado victims. On the site, they say, "This one hits close to home. We are headquartered in Shawnee, KS, about 4.5 hours northeast of Moore, OK. We’ve seen tornadoes. We know people that lived through the Joplin, MO tornadoes. We know people whose homes have been devastated by violent storms. What happened outside of Oklahoma City is nothing short of a natural disaster." As of Wednesday afternoon, they had already raised more than $16,000. Click here to contribute.

Foundation Beyond Belief is raising money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society! We are encouraging the secular movement to  take part in their Light The Night Walks and help raise money through the Foundation Beyond Belief team. More information at http://foundationbeyondbelief.org/LLS-lightthenight. Foundation Beyond Belief staff will be reaching out to other secular organizations in hopes of incorporating their charity efforts into this report, and to provide a year-end summary of non-theist charity giving.  The LLS LTN initiative headed by Todd Stiefel and supported by many national secular organizations has made it extremely likely that nontheists will reach $1 million in organized charitable giving in 2012. 

Please contact Dale McGowan at [email protected]  if you would like your group's charity effort to be included.


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