WASHINGTON (RNS) — For the third week in a row, clergy showed up on Capitol Hill to protest Senate action on health care.

As in past weeks, some were arrested.

But on this Tuesday (July 25), the group ratcheted up the drama by marching to the Capitol, carrying a cardboard coffin and poster-sized death certificates for those who would lose health insurance.

“We say, we will not bury the dead buried by your bills,” said the Rev. Robin Tanner of Beacon Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Summit, N.J. ” … Health care is a human right. And so we say, Senate Majority Leader Mitch

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