H.R. 5272, the Do No Harm Act, would prevent businesses from demanding exemptions from federal laws that "prevent harm to others," including the Civil Rights Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act, and thus ensure that folks don't use the Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993 to claim a "right" to discriminate against other Americans. As I've said before, right-wingers have everyone believing that a federal law, by its mere existence, restricts freedom, but that's absolutely not true -- the Civil Rights Act, by its mere existence, promotes freedom by (to cite just one example) preventing employers from discriminating against potential employees on the basis of race, religion, or sex. Sure, employers have less "freedom" to hire only the people they feel like hiring, but employees have more freedom to make something of themselves in this world by having more job opportunities -- while employers are still free to run a good business. So Americans United for the Separation of Church and State helps you tell your Congressfolk to support H.R. 5272, and thus support freedom for all Americans.
Meanwhile, you know the Department of Justice has decided to end its association with private prison corporations -- but you also know the Department of Homeland (sic) Security has not done so, and you also know that DHS uses private prison corporations a lot more than DOJ does. DHS uses private prison corporations to detain more than 20,000 immigrants each night, including unaccompanied children and asylum seekers, and, as you might expect, they make a mint doing that, too often by providing immigrants with substandard care (which, being private corporations, they're not required to disclose, even though they're taking taxpayer money). If you're tempted to respond they're just undocumented immigrants, you still must answer one simple question: should the taxpayer be paying more to do this job less effectively? And, really, you shouldn't be tempted to respond with that, since immigrants are still human beings and all human beings deserve to be protected from violence, abuse and neglect. Hence both Presente and CREDO help you tell the Obama Administration to reject the use of private prisons for detaining immigrants.