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SPEARHEADING SOCIAL REFORM


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Strong advocated for religious freedom, Scientologists here march through a European city.

In another milestone victory, the Church of Scientology mustered interfaith support for a bill prohibiting claims for punitive or exemplary damages against religions, with strictly defined exceptions.

Many religious groups joined the Church in support of the bill, including the California Catholic Conference, the California Council of Churches, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the National Congress for Religious Liberty.

Two years of concerted efforts culminated on September 26, 1988, when California Senate Bill No. 1 was signed into law by the California governor.

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