Pacific Justice Institute Opens Iowa Office

We are proud to announce that effective today, August 30th, Pacific Justice Institute (PJI) has opened an office in the Hawkeye State, Iowa!

Our new Iowa office is directed by PJI’s newest staff attorney, Sam Randles. This Iowa office joins a large contingent of states where PJI already has offices, including Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, Wisconsin, and Virginia. This does not include the hundreds of affiliate attorneys who also aid in our efforts.

“I am ready to serve and bring the organization’s mission of protecting religious liberty to the state of Iowa. It is an honor to stand at the forefront in defense of the assault on our religious liberties” new PJI staff attorney, Sam Randles commented.

“PJI’s growth comes during a time wherein the freedoms that were originally established by our founding fathers are being dismantled. We at PJI strive to preserve these values and are prepared to defend churches, parents, teachers, businesses, and individuals should their rights be threatened. This new office is a testament to the generosity of our supporters and God’s provision,” stated PJI Founder and President, Brad Dacus.

We are proud to say that, for over 25 years and always without charge, PJI’s unique goal is to ensure that no one is left on the side of the road as it relates to their representation and defense of critical religious freedoms, parental rights and sanctity of life issues. We continue to be a strong fortress to those who struggle against the weight of oppression.

(SOURCE: Pacific Justice Institute)

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