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First Amendment Advocate, Vol. 3, No. 1, February 2002

The Newsletter of the Oklahoma Chapter of Americans United

 Rob Boston to Speak at March 14 Conference

Rob Boston, Assistant Director of Communications for the national office of Americans United for Separation of Church and State, will be the featured speaker at a legislative update conference being sponsored by the Oklahoma Chapter of Americans United.  Boston is the Assistant Editor of Church & State  magazine and the author of several books on religious liberty including Why the Religious Right is Wrong About Separation of Church & State.



The conference will convene  at 6:15 PM on Thursday, March 14, 2002 in the

“The Community Coffee Shoppe” at the

 First Baptist Church in OK City

(1201 North Robinson). 


Finger foods and drinks will be available at 5:30 PM.


The conference will provide current information on legislative issues related to separation of church and state at both the national and local levels.   National legislation involving schemes to provide tax support for faith based services, “charitable choice,” proposed constitutional amendments, and proposed laws allowing churches to be directly involved in political elections will be discussed.  Discussion will also touch on the at least fifteen bills related to separation issues that are currently before the Oklahoma state legislature.


RSVP’s are not needed, but a phone call (632-0037) or an e-mail:

confirming your attendance would help us with planning and materials preparation.


Attendees will find convenient parking on both the north and south sides of the church.  Signs will direct you to the church’s “Coffee Shoppe.”


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