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God in Government readers,

Starting today, we are merging with Under God, the popular On Faith news blog written by On Faith editor David Waters.

We hope the new Under God will become your destination site for all Post-produced news, analysis and commentary on religion’s impact on politics, policy and government in Washington, across the country and around the world.

Post religion reporters Michelle Boorstein and William Wan will continue to post on God in Government — religion and politics in the news.

On Faith editor David Waters will continue to post his regular discussion starters that ask you to weigh in on religion’s impact on the news.

Other Post staffers might join us in the coming weeks.

We’d also like to take this opportunity to bid farewell to our colleague and fellow GIG blogger Jacqueline L. Salmon, who is leaving the Post to pursue other projects. Thank you, Jacqui. We hope to be blogging about you soon.

Michelle and William

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