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The National Sabbath Protection Act

All over the United States, there are people who are forced to work during times they believe should be set aside for worship. These people have to choose between their right to worship, or the job that puts food on their table. For anyone in this situation, this is a violation of their Constitutional right to freedom of religion.

The right to observe weekly religious Sabbaths or other weekly religious worship has to be protected. Therefore, we urge your support of The National Sabbath Protection Act, which reads:

"Employers must allow employees twenty-four consecutive hours per week for the observance of religious Sabbaths, or other religious practices. Employees not applicable include any employee whose duties necessitate a constant presence to ensure public health and/or safety. Employees must give written notice to employers stating when the religious Sabbaths or other religious practices are to take place. Notification is to be given either before the employees work schedule is decided, or at least one month prior to the observance of the religious Sabbath, or other religious practice."

We the undersigned urge Congress to pass this congressional act.

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