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Tell the federal government to dump its database tracking employees of faith.
 
There are 55 federal government departments that are developing a database to track employees of faith or anyone who requests an exemption.

Right now, 2 million people work for the federal government. But this database could easily expand (like most government projects do) to one that includes every single person in America.

It is absolutely critical to stop this federal infringement on our privacy and religious liberty immediately. Make your voice heard in Congress and by these federal departments by signing our “Dump the Database” petition now.

See petition letters below.

 

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Dear (Legislator),

I urge you to support the “Religious Freedom Over Mandates Act” (HR 6502). There are currently 55 federal departments that already have launched a database tracking religious employees or those who request any accommodation or exemption.

This database is not just the name of any employee who dares identify themselves as a person of faith to the government. In chilling fashion, it will create an entire dossier on each religious person.

The Treasury Department states it will document all requests and denials and track the “informal dispute resolution” of each person. It will also record “correspondence,” “supporting notes and documentation” and even “records of oral conversations” on every person who requests an exemption to be placed in this database permanently!

In addition, the U.S. Army is expanding its database on all staff. The Army is not content to just record the staff’s “religious preference” but is pairing that information with biometric data like fingerprints and digital photographs.

These federal departments have gone too far. No matter who your employer is, people of faith should never be singled out to be tagged and tracked. This is reprehensible and unconstitutional on multiple points.

I urge you to act immediately and co-sponsor and vote for HR 6502 to permanently destroy this database tracking law-abiding Americans!

Sincerely,

(Your name here)





Dear (Federal Department Head),

I want to make a public comment in opposition to the rule change that will allow a permanent database to track information on people of faith or of your employees who request an exemption.

This database is a shocking invasion of privacy of every one of your employees who dares identify himself or herself to your department as a person of faith. This database, on people of faith who publicly live out their beliefs, is a shocking example of a government trying to track and control the people it is supposed to be serving.

As a federal agency, your role is to safeguard the liberties and protect the freedom of “We the people.”

No matter who their employer is, people of faith should never be singled out to be tagged and tracked. This is reprehensible and unconstitutional on multiple points.

I urge you to act immediately to reverse this proposed rule change and end this database tracking law-abiding Americans!

Sincerely,

(Your name)