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Adventists monitoring possible Sunday business-closing law in Europe

Seventh-day Adventist religious liberty proponents are monitoring a proposal from a European Parliament member who wants businesses in Europe to close their doors on Sundays. Parliament member Martin Kastler of Germany is urging for the passage of continent-wide laws similar to those of his home country, which encourage employees to take a day off work to be with their families, the New York Times reported. Though parliamentary rules bar most members, including Kastler, from introducing legislation, a recently enacted citizens petition function would require the 736-member body to draw up such legislation if supporters raise 1 million signatures from across member countries, the Times reported.

Adventist NewsLine: July 3

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Adventist NewsLine: July 2

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French-language television network launches in Martinique

French Seventh-day Adventists can now tune in to programming in their mother tongue, with the help of a new Internet broadcast called Télévision de la Famille -- Television for the Family. "This is the contribution of businessmen, businesswomen, professionals to the evangelism in the world," said Tania Francois-Haugrin, who helped launch and oversees the Internet channel.

July 1 Atlanta 2010 Today radio podcast

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Adventist NewsLine: July 1

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The swift transition of a new church president

Ted N. C. Wilson, right, after being recommended by the nominating committee as the new president, greets former president Jan Paulsen in a service corridor in the Georgia Dome, Friday, June 25.
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