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Cardinal Dolan

signs the “unacceptable” HHS mandate letter.

Notre Dame’s Carter Snead, who spearheaded the letter, now signed by over 500 academics and others, will be speaking on The Current Battle Over Religious Conscience Rights” in D.C. Thursday. 

He may need to talk some First Amendment sense into certain senators while there. 

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