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From Iowa Right to Life:

Make your voice heard in Des Moines, IA! On June 8, tens of thousands of faithful citizens will gather in prayer and public witness in cities and towns all across the United States to oppose the HHS Mandate and stand up in defense of our religious freedoms.

Rally for Religious Freedom
Friday, June 8 at Noon
Iowa State Capitol, West Terrace
1007 East Grand Avenue, Des Moines

Special Speakers Already Include:

  • Monsignor Frank Bognanno, Christ the King Parish
  • Rev. Mr. Rick Condon, Rally Emcee
  • Tamara Scott, Concerned Women for America
  • Patti Branco of Des Moines
  • Jenifer Bowen, Iowa Right to Life

Download the Rally Flyer here: Rally Flyer

For more information, contact the Rally Captain, Paula Brown, at outreach@iowaRTL.org or via phone 515.244.1012.

Not in Des Moines?

Visit www.StandUpForReligiousFreedom.com/locations for Rallies in:

  • Cedar Rapids
  • Council Bluffs/Omaha
  • Davenport
  • Fairfield
  • Fort Madison

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