Wanna see how we plan to fight for faith in 2021? Click this insider’s link to see our proposed bills.


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The Family Policy Council of West Virginia is presenting 11 new bills this 2021 legislative session at the Capitol in Charleston, that will protect Churches and citizens of faith from unjust government persecution. All of them are badly needed and we are going to need your help to get them passed.


#1. Do you support our bill to limit the Governor from shutting down churches in times of crisis when casinos can stay open?


#2. Do you support our bill that prevents WVU and Marshall and other colleges from punishing Christian student groups for living out their faith on campus? ✅


#3. Do you support our bill that prevents the government from forcing a church to hire a man wearing a dress, for childcare work? ✅


#4. Sign up for our emails to read all our faith-protecting bills but please donate today to help us fight for your rights. ✅


We love West Virginia’s conservative Facebook posters. We support West Virginia’s patriots on Twitter. We laugh at biting memes on Instagram from Christians that really demonstrate the lunacy of liberalism. However we need more than that from you to actually change the law to protect faith, family and freedom in West Virginia.

Will you please click the $upport link right now and make a financial gift to help us lobby the legislature on your behalf?

We sincerely thank you in advance,

Allen Whitt

President,

The Family Policy Council of West Virginia

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The Family Policy Council of WV * P.O. Box 566, Charleston, WV 25322

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We take very seriously the trust you put in us when you send a gift. We stand accountable before you and God to honor that trust. It is not our intention that the urgency of this letter or any other communication form us cause feelings of pressure or obligation for financial support. You are invited to give only if you believe in our work. We are supported entirely by individuals and churches.


*The Family Policy Council of West Virginia is organized as a 501(c)(4) nonprofit corporation which provides the most flexibility for us to advance, defend, and equip West Virginia’s families. The IRS, however, does not allow us to extend to you a tax deduction for gifts made to the Family Policy Council of West Virginia. We also operate the Family Policy Council of West Virginia-Education Fund which is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. If you prefer to make a tax-deductible investment, simply make your check payable to, “the Family Policy Institute of West Virginia.”

 
 

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