Jesse Merriam

Research Associate, Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life

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Research Associate at the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life and a constitutional lawyer

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"I have the right to speak biblical truth without being punished for it," says the Rev. Jody Hice in Bethlehem, Georgia in today's  Wall Street Journal .

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"I have the right to speak biblical truth without being punished for it," says the Rev. Jody Hice in Bethlehem, Georgia in today's Wall Street Journal .

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