Mormon political power is restrained, law professor Nathan B. Oman says

If people are worried about the political influence and power of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, one scholar believes strongly they can relax.

Nathan B. Oman, an associate professor of law at The College of William and Mary in Virginia and a believing Mormon, participated in the online symposium titled "For Life and Family: Faith and the Future of Social Conservatism" on Patheos.com. His article, "The LDS Church Walks a Tightrope on Public Policy," gave a little list of some of the LDS Church's recent forays into the public policy world:

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