Category Archives: ADF in the News

Supreme Court could weigh in on same sex marriage bans by next June

Federal court issues bold ruling for traditional marriage

Colorado senior sues high school for prohibiting student-led prayer, hymn singing

High School bans students from holding prayer group in free time

Colorado school to students: No praying during free time

Colorado teen sues school for banning prayer gathering during free period

Schools propose: Let boys into girls locker rooms

School tells kids: Stop praying to Jesus, singing ‘Amazing Grace’

A Colorado high school bans Christian students from meeting to pray, sing, and discuss religious topics during school hours

Atheists block voluntary anti-drug, anti-bullying programs due to ‘Christian ties’

Colorado student, Chase Windebank, sues school for banning student prayer, singing

Our People – Mike Adams

Christian group receives death threats

Court upholds four marriage laws; will Supreme Court review?

Sixth Circuit decision to uphold marriage part of tend, conservatives say

Court upholds marriage in four states

Couple fined for refusing to host same-sex wedding on their farm

Colorado high school sued over ban on student prayer group

ADF sues Colorado high school for banning student prayer group

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  • Posted: 11/06/2014
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  • Category: ADF in the News

God’s endorsements

Groups ask school districts to reconsider restroom policies

‘I Stand Sunday’ draws 6,000-plus in Houston

How the religious voted in 2014

Why this business owner stands up for a Christian printer’s rights, despite strong disagreement

Top lawman in Texas ready to lasso mayor?

Obama administration ‘using federal law to target Christians’

Decision ups overhead for NYC pro-life pregnancy centers

D.C.-based pro-life groups challenge local bill requiring them to cover abortion

Idaho for-profit wedding chapel under fire with same-sex marriage proponents

Todd Starnes defends religious liberty in Houston

Don’t trample free speech

The First Amendment: Houston, we have a problem

Pastors preaching politics: Still no word from IRS

Political pastors openly defying IRS rules on candidate endorsements

U-turn: Houston pastors won’t have to hand over sermons

Why more than 1,800 pastors and churches are battling against atheist activists and the IRS

Arizona school praised for including pro-life curriculum

Pastors openly defying IRS, endorsing candidates

Is there really a separation of church and state?

Thousands stand with pastors targeted by Houston mayor

India: Authorities accused of collaborating with nationalist extremists in attacks on Christians

‘I Stand Sunday’ nationwide simulcast reaches 765 churches, 3,000 home groups, and nearly 7,000 in attendance

Board tables prayer policy vote

Marry same-sex couples or go to jail

Atheist group sues University of North Georgia over 9/11 ceremony with ‘Christian God’

Be an Uncle Tom for life

AZ school board votes to tear out pages mentioning abortion from honors biology textbook

Gilbert school board votes to rip abortion page out of textbook

Moore: New HHS rules violate religious liberty

Ave Maria School of Law granted preliminary injunction from HHS mandate

Mike Huckabee, Houston 5, Tony Perkins, Pastor Steve Riggle to hold news conference to preview ‘I Stand Sunday’ live simulcast

Houston Mayor Annise Parker backtracks on controversial subpoenas to pastors

Bans on Christian activity in area of Chhattisgarh, India escalate into violence

Federal court says law school can opt out of controversial Obamacare mandates

NC defends pro-life law in federal court

City says ministers don’t have to wed same-sex couples, but here’s why it’s not over yet

Trick or retreat? Houston mayor reconsiders subpoenas

Houston 5: Dropping subpoenas isn’t enough, mayor

Military group to sue university over prayer at 9/11 memorial service

Remember the First Amendment

Hearing in Forsyth Co. prayer case set for Nov. 20

Gilbert school board votes to rip abortion page out of textbook

Arizona school board votes to remove pages from biology textbook

Gilbert schools to edit ‘abortion’ section of textbook

Catholic law school protected from abortion-contraception mandate

Lawsuit helped school’s ‘change of heart’

Administration defeated in another Obamacare fight

Remember that Hitching Post same-sex wedding case? Yeah… never mind

ADF: Houston mayor withdraws subpoenas, but scandal not fully resolved

Houston mayor withdraws sermon subpoenas following outcry