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October 3, 2012

The Baptist Joint Committee’s New Center for Religious Liberty on Capitol Hill.

by Alex in General, News

The Baptist Joint Committee For Religious Liberty reported that Justice Stephen Breyer helped open the Baptist Joint Committee’s new Center for Religious Liberty on Capitol Hill. The Center will increase the BJC’s work capacity as the organization continues to file briefs and work with Congress and the White House.

Baptist Joint Committee new Center for Religious Liberty on Capitol Hill

Breyer spoke at the opening event for the Center for Religious Liberty, which is located across the street from the U.S. Supreme Court and two blocks from the U.S. Capitol. The Center will increase the Baptist Joint Committee’’s work capacity as the organization continues to file briefs and work with Congress and the White House.

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