Mormons Duck Romney-Huntsman Political Duel

by | Aug. 04, 2011

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The Mormon Church, with two candidates running for the GOP nomination for president, is on alert for signs of religious discrimination while at the same time taking a hands-off approach to campaigning, The Wall Street Journal reports.

"We not only don't want to cross the line" between religion and politics, Michael Purdy, director of the church's media relations office told the paper in an interview at church headquarters in Salt Lake City. "We don't want to go anywhere near the line."

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