WASHINGTON (RNS) — Evangelical leaders who have met with Trump administration officials say they talk about a range of policy issues when they visit the White House.
But to what extent are they influencing policy? This is where they stand on some of the key issues, and what changes they’ve attained:
Some religious conservatives hailed President Trump for signing an executive order on religious liberty, seeing it as a fulfillment of his promise to “destroy” the Johnson Amendment, which bars religious organizations from electioneering if they want to keep their tax-exempt status. But one legal expert described the