Category Archives: ADF in the News

Indiana Wesleyan, Taylor sue feds

Two KC area companies won’t have to comply with birth control mandate

Court dismisses clergy tax-free housing challenge

Two more businesses win against HHS mandate

In typical fashion, atheists ‘distort’ 1st Amendment

Hitching Post suit delay sought

Report: Coeur d’Alene, Hitching Post want to resolve same-sex marriage dispute outside courtroom

One nation under godlessness

Appeals court dismisses clergy housing lawsuit

Appeals court overturns ruling striking down tax-free clergy housing allowances

High school senior won’t take faith ban lying down

US school bans praying and talking about Jesus during free time

Texas abortion restrictions on judicial roller coaster

School district bans teens from meeting to sing hymns, pray and discuss God during the school day

Colorado Springs student sues high school for banning prayer group

New York court to rehear law targeting pregnancy care centers

Restricted free-speech zones unacceptable on college campus

Christian florist may lose home in battle over same-sex wedding arrangements

Pastor: I’d go to jail before funding abortion

Pastor’s defiant response to California’s abortion mandate: ‘We will take this to the point of being jailed if necessary’

Should pro-life groups be forced to help destroy life?

New York couple sues to recover fines imposed for not holding a same-sex wedding in their home

New York couple appeals $13k fine imposed for refusing to host same-sex wedding on their farm

Court upholds Ohio marriage

Sixth Circuit may force Supreme Court’s hand on marriage

Court breaks ranks, upholds marriage bans

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