Category Archives: ADF in the News

Tell this Christian Colorado cake artist states don’t need religious freedom laws

Answer us this, George Stephanopoulos

Washington florist fined, ordered to create same-sex wedding arrangements

Alabama AG Luther Strange urges Supreme Court to uphold marriage law

Hitching Post suit at a standstill

Humanists threaten legal action after elementary teacher gives Bibles to students

New Hampshire legislators welcome expensive legal battle if they don’t repeal ‘buffer zone’ law

New hope for ‘state-napped’ homeschooler

After national outcry, Indiana GOP amends religious freedom law

Analysis: Religious freedom efforts backfire

Dispute over purpose of Indiana religious freedom law

Indiana flap just another skirmish

Arkansas, Indiana lawmakers OK changes to ‘religious freedom’ law

Should religious organizations be allowed to worship in schools? NYC mayor reconsiders city’s policy

Penn Jillette clashes with conservative attorney over religious freedom laws: They’re ‘not being asked to engage in gay sex’

Proposed shift in Ind. religion law draws fire

Alabama among 22 states fighting for traditional marriage

Lawyer: Devout right faces discrimination

Masterpiece Cakeshop lawyers say case exemplifies why religious freedom laws needed

Rick Santorum: Should a gay print shop owner be forced to make signs for Westboro Baptist Church?

ADF heads to appeals court of ‘Jesus tattoo’ ad

Alan Sears on defending Christian liberty (audio)

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An example of why religious freedom must be protected

Church-state group wants IRS investigation of Cruz Liberty University speech

Appeals court to hear Tree of Life arguments

Christian college asks court: Please don’t let Obama admin force us to obey HHS mandate

US official: ‘Surrender your religious freedom or face ruin’

Washington florist fined, ordered to create same-sex wedding arrangements

Grandmother florist fined, ordered to participate in same-sex weddings

Supreme Court refuses to hear case involving worship in NYC public schools

U.S. Supreme Court won’t hear appeal of ruling barring NYC churches from meeting in schools

NYC churches praying for help after losing court fights

Everyone but churches can use NYC schools – will the mayor do anything about it?

Kentucky has religious freedom law similar to one causing furor ahead of Final Four in Indiana

Indiana religious freedom discussion rekindles debate in Ky.

Pittsburgh’s censorship zones bans free speech, protects abortionists, says ADF

Is this Jesus ad too religious for the jumbotron?

$1.5 Billion of your taxes go to fund abortion

NAACP sues The Radiance Foundation to censor black citizen journalist’s free speech

Bill to allow birth certificate gender change wins initial OK in Colorado House committee

UGA lifts campus restrictions on student speech

Christian grandma-florist fined $1,001, ordered to work same-sex weddings but refuses, says she won’t betray Jesus

Barronelle Stutzman ordered to pay fine

Christian florist ordered to service same-sex weddings, pay $1,000 fine to State Attorney General

Wash. florist fined, ordered to serve same-sex weddings

Court hits florist with big fines, penalties in same-sex wedding case

City of Atlanta can’t defend the firing of Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran says ADF

Atlanta’s desperate defense of Christian discrimination falls short

Ex-Atlanta Fire Chief Cochran didn’t get written permission to write religious book, says city lawyers

New York City ban on worship services in schools left intact by Supreme Court

New York City to change rules to allow churches to rent schools

Supreme Court lets ban on churches in NYC schools stand

Supreme Court won’t force NYC to allow after-hours worship in public schools

Supreme Court allows NY schools’ worship ban to stand; churches look to mayor

Bills aim to block D.C. laws opponents say violate religious liberty

Lobby doesn’t stop Indiana Governor from signing state RFRA

“No, Indiana did not just pass a law discriminating against gay people. Here’s why.”

Just what’s so ‘controversial’ about the Indiana religious freedom bill passed this week?