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Ken Ham and Mark Looy, founders of Anwers in Genesis

Noah’s Ark park developer may alter religious worker rules

WILLIAMSTOWN, Ky. (Reuters) — The leader of a group that successfully sued Kentucky to get tax incentives for a Noah’s Ark-themed attraction said on Saturday that the religious organization may hire individuals who do not completely share his religious beliefs. Ken Ham, founder of Answers in Genesis, said during a

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