South Carolina’s Governor Fights As ACLU Targets Faith-Based Foster Agencies

South Carolina’s Governor Fights As ACLU Targets Faith-Based Foster Agencies


South Carolina’s Republican governor has asked a federal court to protect the state’s right to partner with faith-based foster care groups to provide homes for children in need.

Gov. Henry McMaster sent a letter following a lawsuit by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) against the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the governor seeking to penalize the state’s work with religious foster agencies.

“Over 3,500 of South Carolina’s children are currently in foster care and we need all the help we can get to see that they are placed in loving homes,” McMaster said in the letter.

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“This lawsuit is a shortsighted attack against every South Carolinian’s constitutionally-protected religious liberty. We will continue to fight against any attempt to stop our private partners from

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