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What Cosmopolitan’s “Inside Look” completely missed about pregnancy centers

Florist: “I’m a little grain of sand”

Q&A with Washington florist on religious freedom

Christian legal group sues IRS for failing to release docs in settlement to investigate churches

Indiana abandons religious freedom as Arkansas moves to protect it

ADF sues IRS for covert deal against churches

Guest commentary: Government protects freedom with RFRA

ADF extinguishes Atlanta’s arguments in defense of discrimination against fire chief

The top 3 myths about pregnancy resource centers

You will be made to worship their god

ADF to Vt. court: Paying for abortions should not be prerequisite for health care

ADF: Scare tactics shouldn’t muzzle Mo. pastors on controversial issues

Religious freedom: Inconveniently important

Religious liberty, a benefit to religious and nonreligious alike

Colo. Civil Rights Commission issues inconsistent cake artist decisions

    Alliance Defending Freedom Senior Legal Counsel Jeremy Tedesco: “We commend the commission for reaching the right conclusion that these cake artists should not be forced to violate their conscience, but clearly the commission should have done the same for Jack Phillips. The commission found that these three cake artists have the freedom to decline creating unique cake creations because the artists found the requests offensive, but all Americans should be alarmed that the same commission determined that Jack doesn’t have that same freedom. Like the other bakers, Jack happily serves all people but declines to use his artistic talents to create cakes that violate his conscience. The commission’s inconsistent rulings mean that the owners of these three cake shops may run them according to their beliefs, while Jack cannot. He risks losing his life-long business altogether if he continues to run it consistent with his faith. Such blatant religious discrimination has no place in our society.”

  • Posted: 04/06/2015
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ADF, Alabama to US Supreme Court: Affirm the people’s liberty, uphold marriage laws

Proposed ‘fix’ to Indiana’s religious freedom law unjust, destructive

Arkansas governor signs bill protecting freedom from government coercion

Religious freedom needs courageous support from elected officials

Indiana, Arkansas are standing for religious freedom…will you?

Indiana’s religious freedom law is fully consistent with American law, history

Colo. cake artist exemplifies need for state laws protecting religious freedom

ADF to 3rd Circuit: US Supreme Court decision protects Geneva College from violating its beliefs

Many religious freedom law opponents would force participation in abortion

Federal audit: Planned Parenthood of North Texas overbilled taxpayers

NYC churches hope mayor keeps promise, rescinds worship service ban

Mayor De Blasio, don’t make these churches homeless!

Clear eyes, full hearts: Why we need Easter

Woman who cut baby out of mother’s womb should be charged with murder

ADF to full 5th Circuit: ‘Jesus Tattoo’ ad is protected free speech

Wash. floral artist’s home, savings still at risk after court judgment

ADF to 3rd Circuit: Pittsburgh censorship zones violate free speech

Atlanta’s desperate defense of discrimination still deficient

UPDATE: GAO report reveals massive taxpayer funding of Big Abortion

    ADF Litigation Counsel Catherine Glenn Foster: “The government should use the tax dollars of Americans responsibly, but this report confirms overwhelmingly that it has not. It’s bad enough that the government is funneling the hard-earned money of Americans to pay for elective abortions, contrary to what federal law is supposed to allow, but as ADF has reported annually to Congress, Planned Parenthood and other organizations have bilked taxpayers out of millions through waste, abuse, and potential fraud. That’s why Congress has been investigating Planned Parenthood, why some members of Congress have proposed additional legislation to help stop the funding stream, and why ADF will continue its fight in court against Planned Parenthood’s misuse of tax dollars in multiple lawsuits, including Thayer v. Planned Parenthood of the Heartland.”

  • Posted: 03/25/2015
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A First Amendment SCOTUS case could bring much-needed clarification as to what constitutes ‘Government Speech’

Obama Administration: “Provide abortions or get out”

If you were a fan of “God’s Not Dead” you won’t want to miss “Do You Believe?”

UGA students’ freedom no longer stuck in the ‘speech zone’

Illinois Supreme Court: non-parents cannot pretend to be parents to obtain custody of children

Canadian Supreme Court: Govt can’t force Catholic school to teach contrary to its beliefs

Congress to consider ‘veto’ of DC bills coercing organizations against their missions

Planned Parenthood bullied Calif. city into abortion agreement

Hercules defeats Obama admin. abortion-pill mandate

Obama administration urges nationwide recognition of same-sex marriage

The real war on Christianity

ADF Intl to UN: Forcing nurses to perform abortions violates intl law

ADF: Iowa high court should uphold ban on ‘webcam’ abortions

ADF to Ky. court: Uphold printers’ freedom to print or not print

Kentucky print shop owner fights compelled speech and reeducation order

Do you believe? What will you do about it?

ADF considers appeal of a ruling upholding Pittsburgh’s buffer zone

In a world of hurt, ADF International is working to protect life

ADF considering appeal of ruling that keeps Pittsburgh censorship zones in place

A real violation of separation of church and state in San Francisco

ADF comment on 8th Circuit, Alabama Supreme Court marriage decisions

Appeals court rejects former congressman’s lawsuit against pro-life group

April arguments: Same-sex marriage cases set for April 28

Criticizing Justices, state court bars same-sex marriages

‘Jesus Tattoo’ claims discrimination in Texas school district court case over rejection of Christian ad

U. of Ga. revises policy that limited speech to less than 1 percent of campus

On A-Rod and florists