In today’s buzz, Boy Scouts of America have added a religious exemption policy, plus the views on abortion by state.
Morning Buzz | Catholics, Americans Agree on Gov’t Role in Addressing Economic Inequality; Evangelicals Differ
In today’s buzz, Tex. GOP push bill to bar local officials from issuing gay marriage licenses, and the Economist looks at black vs. white America.
In today’s buzz, Republican governors are warming up to Obamacare, and VT Senator Bernie Sanders announces his run for president.
In today’s buzz, SCOTUS rules for religious rights in prison and melting glaciers to release massive amounts of carbon.
In today’s buzz, SCOTUS considers considering same-sex marriage, RAC appoints a new director, and Americans’ double standard on religion and violence.
Nearly two months have passed since police officer Darren Wilson shot unarmed teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. Brown’s death has exacerbated a feeling of injustice among Ferguson residents and the rest of the country, especially among racial minorities. Data from PRRI’s 2014 American Values Survey suggest that the events in Ferguson mirror Americans’ deep discontent about racial and economic inequality at the national level.
In today’s buzz, our Graphic of the Week shows economic hardships, Brookings reports the loss of the American Dream, and a new map flooding risks for each country.
Economic hardships continue to plague the American public, reports PRRI’s 2014 American Values Survey
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Brookings Institution Releases New Report: Faith in Equality: Economic Justice and the Future of Religious Progressives
The Brookings Institution released a new report last Thursday, “Faith in Equality: Economic Justice and the Future of Religious Progressives,” which inform Americans about the role of religion in the movement for economic justice.