HB180 from Alabama has drawn some ire after the Alabama senate was fine with the idea of a church employing their own police. The church will probably find that complying with state regulations costs a lot more time and money than hiring private security. Even so it still may be the best move for the local community. The main opposition seems to be some unconstitutionality nonsense based around separation of church and state. A church incurring the cost for employing, training, and stationing police officers near said church is indicative of the state failing its duty. The church community should have never felt the need for this bill and state regulated police officers are not going to suddenly enforce theocracy in Alabama any time soon.
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