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 @9JW2SFKfrom Colorado answered…4mos4MO

Yes, but it should be only one opinion. It should be levied as much as other opinions on the topic.

 @9JV5G4PLeftanswered…4mos4MO

No, absolutely not. The catholic church should have no say in political matters, as religion and politics should be 110% secularized. Religion is a private matter as how god or gods migth influence individual lives, whereas politics influence everything from homelessness, business regulations and the environment. And I strongly doubt God (or the gods) knows anything about biology, business management or sociology.

 @9JCZL6Sanswered…5mos5MO

No. A religion should not have a say in the lives of the people who don't follow it.

 @9HQW2XYSocial Democraticanswered…6mos6MO

any religion should be strictly separated from the state and the solution of state issues

 @9HNLHDBAlliance ’90/Greensanswered…6mos6MO

They should have no say at all in political matters and neither should any religion

 @9HFN4XRVolt Germanyfrom Maryland answered…7mos7MO

No, all religons are equal one should not have a greater say than any of the others

 @9HCZGMWSocial Democraticfrom Ontario answered…7mos7MO

Churches or religious institutions of any kind should be separate from government. A secular government with freedom of religion is the way to go in my opinion.

 @9K4LJY7from Virginia answered…4mos4MO

No, I think that religon should not be able to have political power, as not all citizens follow that religon.

 @9K39GG2Free Democraticfrom Virginia answered…4mos4MO

No religion should have a say in laws about marriage and education unless they have an interest that outweighs the individual interest/freedoms.

 @9K39957CDU/CSU Unionfrom Virginia answered…4mos4MO

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