Aquarian Tabernacle Church of Wicca Issues Statement in Response to Proposed Law

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The ATC has released a statement regarding a Georgia state bill that, if enacted into law, will guarantee religious freedom for all. The bill recently passed the state senate and is currently headed to the state house for review.

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The Aquarian Tabernacle Church has issued a statement regarding Georgia Senate Bill 129. The statement enumerates what rights members of Wicca will be able to enjoy fully should the bill become law.

"Wicca has full government recognition because of the umbrella 501(c)3 that the ATC holds. What the ATC is doing, and does, is informing the legislature and our members of what Wiccan rights will be under their new proposed law changes. It is outside of the scope of the ATC's 501(c)3 to try to create new legislature or endorse or denounce existing legislature," Reverend Dusty Dionne of the ATC said about the statement that was issued.

The bill is designed to ensure that every person has complete religious freedom and is able to act upon the tenants of that religion as they see fit.

The full statement from the Aquarian Tabernacle Church can be found here.

About the ATC:
Nestled into the Cascade Mountains at the foot of a great stone wall, at the edge of the Wenatchee temperate rain forests on the north eastern outskirts of the enchanted Emerald City known as Seattle, WA, the Aquarian Tabernacle Church has nurtured the work of the Goddess since 1979. Founded by Rt. Rev. Pete “Pathfinder” Davis, the ATC has been a legal 501(c)3 non-profit Wiccan Church with a group exemption for 33 years. The world headquarters at the Mother Church is in Index, WA, with affiliated churches currently in multiple states and 7 countries, with plenty of room to grow.

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