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Religion blog: ‘An unjust law is no law at all’

A little less than a year ago, I wrote a blog concerning the Arizona Immigration law. So if much of this blog looks familiar, forgive me, but what was written this past spring still applies ... especially in view of what is about to happen in Georgia. 

It is my prayer this gets a serious read. My prayer also is for the clergy of our state to step forward and give the moral leadership that is required by our faith, “to do justice, act mercifully and walk humbly with God.”

I find it interesting as a people of the Christian faith we say the sins of the parents (father) should not be visited upon the children, yet there are some who are pushing to make that the law of the state.

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By the numbers: Same-sex immigration

24,000 Estimated gay couples in the U.S. that include one foreign partner. The Uniting American Families Act would allow them to sponsor their partners for immigration. 11 million Estimated undocumented immigra...
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LGBT immigration forum focuses on Asian Americans

The public is invited to the Phillip Rush Center on June 9 to discuss the topic of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender immigration with a panel of experts ranging from attorneys to individuals who have dealt with immigration issues. The discussion will cover federal law as well as Georgia laws.