Anthony Kennedy’s Church-State Legacy

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Jessica and I sat down to talk about several stories from the past week involving religion and politics.

— What does Anthony Kennedy‘s retirement mean for church/state separation? (1:05)

— The Supreme Court banning abortion will backfire on evangelicals. (18:25)

— A Walgreens pharmacist refused to fill a prescription for a woman who miscarried. (32:00)

— Your thoughts and prayers alone won’t help the victims in Annapolis, Maryland. (37:50)

— The American Family Association thinks a man spying on women in a Target dressing room is a good reason Target should ban trans people from using the right bathroom. (43:50)

Joel Davis, a man who fought to stop sexual violence, has been charged with committing sexual exploitation against children. (51:50)

— El Al, Israeli’s national airline, vows to kick off ultra-Orthodox Jews who refuse to sit in seats next to women. (54:20)

— The GOP’s tax bill accidentally hurt churches. (57:42)

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