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    The Interfaith Equality Coalition delivered a letter to Gov. Butch Otter Wednesday in which they objected to the "Christian exceptionalism" the governor expressed last week in his preference for admitting Christian refugees.

The Interfaith Equality Coalition delivered a letter to Gov. Butch Otter Wednesday in which they objected to the "Christian exceptionalism" the governor expressed last week in his preference for admitting Christian refugees. Bill Dentzer bdentzer@idahostatesman.com
The Interfaith Equality Coalition delivered a letter to Gov. Butch Otter Wednesday in which they objected to the "Christian exceptionalism" the governor expressed last week in his preference for admitting Christian refugees. Bill Dentzer bdentzer@idahostatesman.com

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