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Lamm Joins Weinstein’s Crusade

Former Colorado governor Richard Lamm will join the advisory board of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, the group leading the charge against evangelization at the U.S. Air Force Academy, according to an announcement released by the group this week.

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Mikey Weinstein, MRFF’s president and founder, announced this week that Richard D. Lamm, former governor of Colorado, will join MRFF’s advisory board.

Lamm is co-director of the Institute for Public Policy Studies at the University of Denver, and the former three-term Governor of Colorado. He is both a lawyer (Berkeley, 1961) and a Certified Public Accountant. He joined the faculty of the University of Denver in 1969 and has, except for his years as Governor, been associated with the University ever since.

“I am honored that Governor Lamm has accepted the invitation to join our advisory board,” said Mikey Weinstein MRFF’s president and founder. “I believe that his background and experiences both in the political and academic arenas will greatly benefit MRFF’s cause and help bring us closer to fulfilling our goals of protecting the honorable men and women who serve in our nation’s armed forces.”


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