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Governor Won't Sign an 'Acts of God' Bill
The New York Times
The Arkansas Legislature scrambled today to rewrite a bill intended to protect storm victims after Governor Mike Huckabee, a Baptist minister, objected to language describing such natural phenomena as tornadoes and floods as "acts of God."
Mr. Huckabee said that signing the legislation "would be violating my own conscience" inasmuch as it described "a destructive and deadly force as being 'an act of God.'"
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