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Put on your Sunday clothes because an Arizona lawmaker wants to make church mandatory.

"It is the soul that is corrupt and how we get back to a moral rebirth in this country, I don’t know,” Allen told the state’s appropriations committee on Tuesday.
But the Republican detailed a solution that she believed would keep people feeling safe without the need to carry a gun. No matter how much it would violate the Constitution seperation of church and state, Allen said she wanted a law requiring citizens to go to church.

“We are slowly eroding religion at every opportunity that we have. We should probably be debating a bill requiring every American to attend a church of their choice on Sunday to see if we can get back to having a moral rebirth,” Allen added.

...(she) said said she misses religion’s place in public places and schools like it was in her childhood, she explained.

“People prayed, people went to church,” Allen told the Times. “I remember on Sundays the stores were closed.”

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