7 ways religious affiliation will (and won’t) change in the new Congress

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The dome of the Capitol in Washington D.C., taken from the Congressional Office Buildings on Constitution Ave.

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(RNS) Many of the nation’s smaller religious groups are more proportionally represented in the 114th Congress that is to be sworn in on Tuesday.