ACLU Questions Crime-Fighting by Illinois Clergy

Print More The mayor of the crime-ridden Chicago suburb of Harvey has asked six Christian ministers to help, the Associated Press reports. Mayor Eric Kellogg appointed the volunteer chaplains to comfort crime victims and promote neighborhood activism in the poverty-stricken town of 30,000. Kellogg said the ministers’ unpaid duties do not violate the separation of church
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