CA: Two Christians Prosecuted for Reading the Bible in Public

Arizona immigration law threatens religious liberty, USCCB argues in court brief

New law to stop children accessing hardcore porn

Attack on religious free speech at University College London stopped

UK: Attempt to relax the law on assisted suicide fails

Amid Signs of Continued Slowdown, Senate Panel Approves Three Judicial Nominees

Russian bill would impose fines for “gay propaganda”

UN May Recognize Sex Rights for Ten-Year Old Children

Argentine Supreme Court Falls Prey to UN Treaty Monitoring Bodies

Jimmy Carter: Democrats Should Abandon Strident Pro-Abortion Position

Judge: gov’t grants to Catholic anti-trafficking programs ‘unconstitutional’ due to pro-life beliefs

Pro-life atheists invade the American Atheist Convention

Wanted! New Student Leaders for Life

Tennessee: Abortion Docs Must Have Hospital Admitting Privs

China One Child Policy Results in High Female Suicide Rate

China’s newborn gender imbalance down, but but still high

PA: Clergy show support for Valley High School 10 Commandments display

France bars Muslim clerics from entering France

Chinese firm surpasses Exxon in oil production

AZ Senate to revote on conscience exemption from contraception coverage

Texas Court of Criminal Appeals refuses to hear ban on photographing people without their consent for sexual purposes

Some Tentative Thoughts on the Medicaid Case

Judicial activism not limited to U.S.: Ontario prostitution ruling

At issue: Faith based business decisions

Okla. AG revises ‘personhood’ petition wording

NV: Pro-Life group pulls initiative petition, will back ‘personhood’ initiative

Appeals court considers Fla. 10 Commandments case

How Faith-based Groups Became Involved in the Supreme Court Health Care Case

Alan E. Sears: The Battle Requires Perspective and Perseverance

Ryan budget plan poised to pass House

LSATs Plummet to Lowest Point in 10 Years: Could Law School Get Cheaper?

Brian Raum: Bank of America Representative Opposes Pro-Family Legislation in North Carolina

Settlement reached in Missouri LGBT web-filtering case

Three New Commissioners Appointed To U.S. Commission On International Religious Freedom

New Poll Surveys Public Attitudes On Mixing of Religion and Politics

Groundbreaking Survey of Religion In Prisons Released

Obama Admin denies asylum request for high level Chinese officer

U.S. Corporate Tax Rate Poised to Become Highest

    NCPA Policy Digest: On Sunday, the United States gets a distinction no nation wants — the world’s highest corporate tax rate. Japan, which currently has the highest rate in the world — a 39.8 percent rate on business income between national and local taxes — cuts its rate to 36.8 percent as of April 1. The U.S. rate stands at 39.2 percent when both federal and state rates are included, says CNN Money


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SCOTUS Argument recap: Will Medicaid expansion succumb to state rights?

House rejects Obama budget 414-0

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