Gay bishop Gene Robinson sets sights on D.C. as retirement looms
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To champion liberal policies "from a spiritual voice is really helpful for people with no faith at all," said Sally Steenland, director of the Faith and Progressive Policy program at the Center for American Progress. "It helps them say: ‘Oh, I always thought [religious people] were a bunch of jerks. But hey, he’s not so bad.’ "
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