Category Archives: ADF in the News

Ruling looms in Arizona same-sex marriage case

Court freezes New Hampshire law censoring speech

IRS promises atheist group to investigate ‘Pulpit Freedom’ churches

IRS promises atheists it will intrude on churches

Crumbling freedom: Cake artist sent to ‘reeducation’

Judge issues stay in suit against New Hampshire’s new buffer zone law

Appeals court rejects Virginia marriage law

Marriage law backers say it’s to keep marriages strong

U.S. appeals court strikes down Virginia’s marriage law

Appeals panel strikes down Virginia marriage law

IRS faces new grilling over targeting churches

Another year, another report of fraud at Planned Parenthood

Judge delays abortion clinic buffer zone argument

Arizona points to procreation to defend marriage law

Abortion foes say access bill not needed

Casey Mattox talks religious liberty in the context of Hobby Lobby/Conestoga (video)

IRS to atheists: Okay, we’ll investigate Pulpit Freedom Sunday pastors

Observers uncertain about the impact of Obama’s employment orders on faith-based agencies

IRS will monitor church activity

A war on women’s health: Employment discrimination against a pro-life midwife

Marriage law defended because same-sex couples can’t procreate

Local faith-based group using new law to demand Planned Parenthood investigation

Judge stops radical New Hampshire law prohibiting pro-life free speech

Faith-based nonprofits will likely land in court over Obama’s nondiscrimination orders

Christianity and non-Hindu religious activity banned

State argues abortion clinic buffer zone is legal

State attorneys cite reproduction potential for defense of marriage law

Colorado baker appeals gvmt ‘re-education’ order

IRS agrees to monitor churches for electioneering

Spurned nurse-midwife sues Tampa clinic over contraception duties

New Hampshire argues abortion clinic buffer zone is legal

Gilbert church receives a sign from (close to) heaven

Pro-life nurse files lawsuit over job denial

Colorado baker fights back on cakes for same-sex weddings

Divided court declares Oklahoma same-sex ‘marriage’ ban unconstitutional

‘Dehumanizing’ or human freedom? Baker’s case headed to appeals court

Denver federal court turns down appeal for marriage law

Appeals court says Texas DMV violated First Amendment

US appeals court tosses Oklahoma marriage law

Attorney bemoans Oklahoma same-sex marriage decision

Hobby Lobby president’s high school Bible course faces delays; secular group claims class is ‘Christian evangelism’

Christian baker ordered to bake cakes for same-sex ‘weddings’ files appeal

Court rules for same-sex marriage in Oklahoma case

Baker appeals order to re-educate employees on same-sex weddings

Same-sex marriage stirs backlash as businesses assert religion

Fourth Circuit grants attorney fees in Lefemine v. Wideman case

Courts rule on vanity plates in TX, NC

Student group sues university over free speech restrictions

Anti-religious freedom bill fails in the U.S. Senate

A national organization is promising pro bono legal help to keep invocations in city council meetings

North Carolina asks Supreme Court to allow sale of Choose Life license plates

Top Dem’s anti-religious freedom bill dies in Senate vote

Colorado baker appeals ‘re-education’ order

Baker appeals government re-education order

Quartzsite church avoids foreclosure after raising donations

Proposed Bible history class postponed

Conservative UNC prof wins promotion, back pay in academic-freedom fight

Suit challenges clinic’s refusal to hire nurse who would not prescribe hormonal birth control

A conservative professor’s long quest for justice ends in victory

Ministry eyes challenge to abortion ‘buffer zones’ in Pittsburgh

Conservative group settles lawsuit with University of Michigan over funding

It’s over: University settles First Amendment lawsuit with professor after seven years