Abortion: Ultrasounds face off with webcams | Baptist Press

Judge promises quick decision on Virginia’s same-sex “marriage” ban | WVEC

Judge says to rule soon on Virginia same-sex “marriage” ban | Reuters

Arguments in Virginia marriage fight are familiar, but Southern setting for case is new | Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Federal judge pledges quick ruling on Virginia’s marriage amendment | Washington Post

Virginia same-sex “marriage” case gets class action status | WORLD

Race on same-sex “marriage” cases runs through Virginia | Washington Post

Court hearing set over Virginia’s marriage protection amendment

Kerri Kupec: Obama’s selective entrepreneurial praise | Townhall

Marriage debate takes new twist in Oregon: religious exemption | Metro

School targets Jesus tattoo | WND

Texas man’s Tattooed Jesus ad sparks first amendment legal battle | The Blaze

Attorneys make free-speech argument on behalf of NY pregnancy centers | OneNewsNow

Steve Aden: Pro-life movement has been successful despite the Obama Administration

    Steve Aden at LifeNews: “Last week on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., hundreds of thousands of marchers soldiered together in near-zero wind chill temperatures to send an annual message of silent witness to the President, the Congress and especially the Supreme Court: that abortion is a great moral wrong, and will never be a “civil right;” and that we will continue to march, advocate, educate, counsel, legislate and litigate until every innocent life is protected in American law and culture.”


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Tattooed Jesus ad leads Texas school to a lawsuit after refusing to run it | BREATHEcast

Tony Perkins on Hispanic/Latino Pastors Briefing

NC judge throws out “Woman’s Right to Know Act” | Baptist Press

Supreme Court abortion case could impact NC

Supreme Court brief supporting Hobby Lobby and Conestoga and religious liberty

    RightSideNews: “However, in August 2013, the 3rd Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals rejected the same arguments, forcing the Mennonite owners of Conestoga Wood Specialties, represented by the Alliance Defending Freedom, to offer health insurance to their employees in a grave violation of their religious beliefs.”


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Texas man sues school district for refusing to display ad of Jesus covered in tattoos | Christian Post

Steven H. Aden: An assessment of the pro-life movement during the Obama years | The Bell Towers

AZ: Gilbert schools’ governing board reinstates prayer before meetings | Arizona Republic

Colorado kills bill to protect religious groups on campus | National Catholic Register

In lawsuits we trust: Atheists sue, again, over national motto | OneNewsNow

New details in “Tattooed Jesus” lawsuit against LISD | KCBD

Suit settled in favor of mobile pregnancy center

Social conservatives in Iowa rally for life, marriage and family

Hearing to go forward Thursday in constitutional challenge to Virginia’s marriage laws

“Jesus Tattoo” ad barred from school jumbotron

“Jesus Tattoo” sponsors suing Lubbock ISD for advertising space

Religious organization files suit against LISD

Damages Only $1, But Lawyers Prevail and Get $34,772

Arizona group echoes Hobby Lobby’s Obamacare contraception fight

Hamden lawyer pursues abortion case to nation’s highest court

Prince William clerk part of same-sex “marriage” case | Prince William Times

Here’s why the atheists’ lawsuit against our national motto should be thrown out | Charisma News

Students for Life conference tells young people what to do after the march | LifeSiteNews

Supreme Court gives Little Sisters temporary protection from contraception mandate | LifeSiteNews

Virginia AG won’t defend state’s marriage protection amendment | West Hawaii Today

Appeals court hands NY pro-life crisis-pregnancy centers a mixed ruling | National Catholic Register

VA: Prince William court clerk joins suit defending marriage | Inside NOVA

Conservatives react to Herring’s stance against protecting marriage

Conservative turned down by photographer but says it’s OK

“Virginia official refuses to defend gay marriage ban” | LA Times

Political fundraising ad in church newsletter was not an endorsement, pastor says | Christian Post

Attorney general wants court to strike down Virginia marriage protection amendment | Washington Post

Kellie M. Fiedorek: Let Hoosiers vote on marriage amendment | IndyStar

“Gay-marriage ban unconstitutional, says Virginia Attorney General” | WSJ

Casey Mattox: Cuomo’s banishment of pro-lifers shows abortion is on its deathbed | The Bell Tower

VA will not respond to caroling demand | Augusta Chronicle

5 abortion myths debunked by pro-life advocates | Christian Post

Indiana House committee advances state marriage protection amendment

The past – and future – of US abortion politics

ADF may appeal ruling against CPCs | Baptist Press

NYC pregnancy centers win free speech appeal

You have a right to choose . . . to remain ignorant | OneNewsNow

Doctor-free pregnancy centers must admit that

“Search for sex ed program predictably riles East Valley parents” | Ahwatukee Foothills News

NYC pregnancy centers win free speech appeal | WORLD

Decision on Mass. case could end protest buffers in Pittsburgh | TribLive

“Briefs on gay marriage ruling likely in few months” | AP

This year’s March for Life reaches a new group: evangelicals | Religion News

Supreme Court abortion case weighs free speech, clinic safety | National Journal

Court strikes down New York City law targeting pro-life pregnancy centers | LifeNews

Court revives NY law on crisis pregnancy centers | Associated Press

Evangelicals’ favorite marriage law? | Christianity Today

Abortion clinic buffer zones debated at Supreme Court | Human Events