Category Archives: ADF in the News

State legislatures examine religious freedom

‘I would hug him,’ says florist of accuser

‘Jesus Tattoo’ website sues Texas school for discrimination (video)

School district can’t pick and choose which religious speech it allows

Baptist briefs: Fired Atlanta fire chief sues city

Obama Admin not helping California churches forced to fund abortions, churches refuse to comply

Lines of nominal Christian and genuine Christian less blurred

Forming partners among the ‘faith-based community’

Here’s what Glenn Beck thinks about denying service to same-sex couples

Florists refuse service to same-sex marriage is discrimination or freedom?

Christian Florist guilty of discrimination for refusing to provide flowers for same-sex wedding

ADF joins battle in Missouri to define marriage as ‘one man and one woman’

A florist may lose her home, business and savings

Court tells florist: “Tolerance” will not tolerate your religious belief

Washington florist Barronelle Stutzman, 70: Hero to the Christian faith

Sweden’s high court all but bans homeschooling, family appeals to ECHR

The ‘law’ of unintended consequences

Washington State Christian florist receives support by AFA

Washington florist stays true to faith convictions, risks financial ruin

New religious freedom official: the time for action is now

Fired fire chief fires back at Atlanta: Washington Post produces fine indepth piece

Lawyer: Atlanta chief’s firing recalls the Red Scare

Lawsuit targets Vermont over abortion

Washington florist Barronelle Stutzman rejects ‘pay off’ offer by AG

Christian florist who refused flowers for same-sex wedding declines deal from AG

The florist, the baker and the photographer- religious freedom and small business

Question for the New York Times: ‘If gays are offended, do Christians have rights?’

Obama wants your pastor to promote ObamaCare from the pulpit

Students speak up on free speech

Grandmother, florist may lose her business and home for declining same-sex wedding

Florist sued for refusing service for same-sex wedding pens defiant letter rejecting gov’t settlement offer – and her attorney reveals what’s next

Southern Baptist florist at center of marriage debate

Florist rejects AG’s offer, stands courageously on principle, and risks everything

Atlanta councilmember attempts to explain comments on fired fire chief

Wash. judge rules florist broke law

Judge rules against Christian florist’s same-sex marriage stance

Surprise, a pretty bouquet! Los Angeles Times covers both sides of same-sex wedding flowers lawsuit

Christian florist found guilty of discrimination for declining same-sex wedding to appeal

Ruling that ‘relationship with Jesus’ doesn’t justify refusal to serve same-sex couple could have widespread ramifications

Court rules same-sex marriage rights trump florist’s religious beliefs

A florist loses religious freedom, and much more

Ousted Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran sues city after termination

    The Christian Post: “Americans are guaranteed the freedom to live without fear of being fired because of their beliefs and thoughts,” said ADF Senior Counsel David Cortman in a statement shared with The Christian Post. “The city of Atlanta is not above the Constitution and federal law. In America, a religious or ideological test cannot be used to fire a public servant.”

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Ousted Christian fire chief files lawsuit against city of Atlanta

Arlene’s Flowers response to Attorney General’s settlement offer

Reed responds to U.S. Reps. over Cochran firing

Georgia fire chief Kelvin Cochran sues Atlanta after firing over Christian faith

Former Atlanta fire chief sues over his firing

Kasim Reed responds to concerns over fire chief’s firing

Why does the government consider this grandmother public enemy No. 1?