Mother, 18, fights do-not-resuscitate order for child

Maine mother fighting for baby’s life after officials refuse to lift do not resuscitate order

California bishops ‘distressed’ by abortion mandate, planning response

Family sues after doctor kills depressed woman in euthanasia, doesn’t tell them

California’s abortion insurance mandate spotlights the left’s 40-year devolution on conscience

Mr. Weinstein, meet Rocky Raccoon

ADF represents son asking European Court of Human Rights to take case against Belgium

Governor blasts own agency over baby’s case

Catholic org dismantles California’s claim that elective abortion is ‘medically necessary’

Federal judge upholds right of Louisiana citizens to preserve one man-one woman marriage

Obama admin. throws in the towel in multiple abortion-pill mandate appeals

You should treasure your faith

Obama administration drops fight against 3 businesses over abortion pill mandate

Maine mom fights state to keep sick baby

Do-not-resuscitate order for injured infant at heart of Maine court case

Maine bureaucrats, teenage mother in custody battle over infant

Anti-abortion plaintiffs sue over protective buffer at Pittsburgh clinics

Maine mom fights state over no-resuscitation order

Obama administration drops appeals on three challenges to contraceptive mandate

Obama admin. drops appeals in three for-profit mandate cases

ADF signs letter to Pentagon regarding Navy Bible policy

ADF files suit against Pittsburgh censorship zones

Secular student group wants to shut down ‘gross’ pro-life protest

Pro-life students could be punished under vague new ‘solicitation’ policy, suit says

Mom begs state to drop baby’s “Do Not Resuscitate” order

Pharisees and Pharoahs

Mom fights for infant’s life, state standing in the way

Belgium euthanasia case: $2,500 later, depressed woman got her wish

Doctor kills depressed woman in euthanasia, doesn’t tell family until next day

Maine mom fights state to keep baby daughter alive after she emerges from coma

Louisiana ruling upholds state’s marriage amendment

Obama admin. throws in the towel in multiple abortion-pill mandate appeals

Atheist lawsuit results in IRS promise to audit churches

Biblical theology and the sexuality crisis

When it comes to free speech, not everyone is a good sport

Supreme Court to hear prisoner’s case requesting 1/4 inch longer beard

New York farmers stop hosting weddings after $13,000 fine for declining lesbian ceremony

Calif. covers only ‘medically necessary’ abortions for state employees, but forces Catholics to cover elective abortions

Lawsuit seeks free speech for pro-life students at University of South Alabama

Battle over abortion clinic restrictions heats up

Her father shook her so hard he put her in a coma, now the state wants to kill her

Louisiana ruling ends pro-gay marriage ruling streak

Louisiana’s marriage law upheld by federal judge

How to make a difference in 140 characters or less

ADF letter affirms First Amendment freedoms of NC public school employees

Maine agency wants to let abused child die

ADF: Federal court right to uphold Louisianans’ freedom to preserve marriage

    “The people of Louisiana – and the people of every state – should continue to have the authority to affirm marriage as the union of a man and a woman in their laws. The district court in this case was right to conclude, as the U.S. Supreme Court did in its Windsor decision last year, that marriage law is the business of the states. We concur with the district court’s observation that ‘Louisiana is acting squarely within the scope of its traditional authority, as underscored by Justice Kennedy’ in the Windsor decision.” -Alliance Defending Freedom Senior Counsel Byron Babione

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Doctor kills woman for being depressed, son not informed until next day

Planned Parenthood forced to face fraud lawsuit in Iowa

International religious freedom needs a champion

    World Mag: Founded in 1977 by Baroness Caroline Cox, Christian Solidarity Worldwide is a human rights organization specializing in religious freedom. Benedict Rogers represents Christian Solidarity Worldwide in what is perhaps the roughest neighborhood on the planet when it comes to religious liberty concerns, East Asia. His 2013 book, Burma: A Nation at the Crossroads, includes an introduction by Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Rogers has traveled to Burma more than 40 times in the past 15 years. He contributes regularly to The Guardian, International Herald Tribune, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal. I had this conversation with Rogers in Florida at a conference hosted by Christian religious liberty law firm Alliance Defending Freedom.

  • Posted: 09/02/2014
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What pro-choice? California mandates employers must cover elective abortions

SCOTUS may take up Virginia marriage challenge

Christian farm owners will no longer host wedding ceremonies after same-sex couple’s lawsuit

Wedding industry illustrates unresolved legal relationship between religious freedom and same-sex marriage

Question of beard and religious freedom unites groups who’ve been opponents

Libertarian students are leading the fight for free speech on campus

Pro-lifers seek freedom from restriction to 1% of campus

In Colorado: Is taxpayer money going for abortions?

Abortions covered: State mandates health insurers to include elective abortion in group plans

Prince William clerk asks Supreme Court to hear Virginia same-sex marriage case

Farm owners fined for their faith

Planned Parenthood loses legal round against ex-manager

Archbishop urges vigilance against US religious freedom threats

Ruling on New Mexico town’s Ten Commandments display put on hold

Appeals court reinstates fraud case against Planned Parenthood in Iowa

Va. clerk asks US Supreme Court to uphold people’s freedom to affirm marriage

NH Supreme Court unanimously rejects challenge to school choice program

After being fined and forced to host same-sex weddings, Christian farm owners make drastic decision that ‘will likely hurt their business’

Europe stands strong for traditional definition of marriage

A big cash fine is intolerance in action