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Washingtonian Magazine Features Edwina Rogers

In the September 2013 issue of Washingtonian Magazine [print edition], “True Nonbeliever Can Republican lobbyist Edwina Rogers help a group of left-leaning atheists reach across the aisle?”

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Committee also urged to consider broadening the act’s language to specifically mention the nonreligious.

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Religious affiliation in the U.S. is at its lowest point since it began to be tracked in the 1930s.

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US Government expresses “firm support around the world” for “believer and skeptic alike.”

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A new report from the think tank British Future has found that just 7% of Britons agree that being Christian is an important attribute for being British.

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Without open atheists in Congress, the group making our laws remains alarmingly unrepresentative.

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>Bishopsgate Institute and the Humanist Library & Archives at Conway Hall have secured a £41,250 grant to make previously closed archives available for the first time. With key thinkers including Bertrand Russell, A J Ayer and Charles Bradlaugh, organisations proposing non-religious approaches to ethics and morality have played a vital part in British cultural and social life.

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The recognition of the need for a secular U.S. government continues to grow, says AHA Exec. Dir. Roy Speckhardt.

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A new report on global religious identity shows that while Christians and Muslims make up the two largest groups, those with no religious affiliation — including atheists and agnostics — are now the third-largest “religious” group in the world.

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New figures released by the Ministry of Defence show an increase in the proportion of Armed Forces personnel who are non-religious.  On 1 April 2012, 14.7% of Armed Forces personnel identified themselves as non-religious, up from 9.5% in 2007.

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