Scott Rasmussen, Luke Goodrich, Sen. Ed Emery, Peter Sprigg, Travis Weber

Tony Perkins

May 17, 2018

On Thursday's edition of "Washington Watch with Tony Perkins" Ballotpedia Founder and CEO Scott Rasmussen joins Tony to give a recap on the recent primary elections. Vice President and Senior Counsel at Becket Fund, Luke Goodrich, is here with an update on the case of Pensacola’s Bayview Park cross which went through oral arguments before the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals yesterday. Missouri State Senator Ed Emery is here to share a resolution he introduced in Missouri that would declare pornography a public health threat. Also, FRC's Senior Fellow, Peter Sprigg, and Director of the Center for Religious Liberty, Travis Weber, are here to share their thoughts on a California law banning resources that could help people leave the homosexual lifestyle.

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