National Day of Reason

I started the day with the National Day of Reason event in the Capitol. Some of the items supported by this group include: separation of state and religion, reason and evidenced-based policy, pluralism and equity in the democratic process, and secular government as designed by our Constitution.

Professor David Schultz of Hamline University addressed the group and talked about lawmakers that make decisions based on belief rather than evidence.  My take is that this  type of behavior creates problems and tends to be divisive.

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