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Max Nielson is an active member of atheist community, will continue advocating for non-theist views.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation says it acts as church-state 'watchdog,' in cases such as Matthew Nielson and Lexington-Richland School District 5.
Organization aims to strengthen religious freedom in South Carolina's schools.
Three minority female GOP leaders will speak at the Republican National Convention this month.
While reaching more voters at lower cost, a mis-tweet can create undesirable attention.
An EdLympics ceremony opened the festivities Friday at the children's museum. Upload your own photos of the fun.
Sexual assault agencies celebrate veto override, get back to work
Arts advocates celebrate override, go back to work.
Arts advocates and sexual assault centers overjoyed with votes to override vetoes.
S.C. Democrats and victims' advocates outraged; apology demanded.
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