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

Indiana, Arkansas are standing for religious freedom…will you?

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

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

Indiana’s religious freedom law is fully consistent with American law, history

Colo. cake artist exemplifies need for state laws protecting religious freedom

ADF to 3rd Circuit: US Supreme Court decision protects Geneva College from violating its beliefs

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.

Many religious freedom law opponents would force participation in abortion

Federal audit: Planned Parenthood of North Texas overbilled taxpayers

NYC churches hope mayor keeps promise, rescinds worship service ban

Mayor De Blasio, don’t make these churches homeless!

Clear eyes, full hearts: Why we need Easter

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?

Justices reject N.Y. church’s bid to use public school space

Atlanta officials ask court to dismiss lawsuit filed by chief fired over Christian book

Woman who cut baby out of mother’s womb should be charged with murder

ADF to full 5th Circuit: ‘Jesus Tattoo’ ad is protected free speech

Wash. floral artist’s home, savings still at risk after court judgment

ADF to 3rd Circuit: Pittsburgh censorship zones violate free speech

Atlanta’s desperate defense of discrimination still deficient

UPDATE: GAO report reveals massive taxpayer funding of Big Abortion

    ADF Litigation Counsel Catherine Glenn Foster: “The government should use the tax dollars of Americans responsibly, but this report confirms overwhelmingly that it has not. It’s bad enough that the government is funneling the hard-earned money of Americans to pay for elective abortions, contrary to what federal law is supposed to allow, but as ADF has reported annually to Congress, Planned Parenthood and other organizations have bilked taxpayers out of millions through waste, abuse, and potential fraud. That’s why Congress has been investigating Planned Parenthood, why some members of Congress have proposed additional legislation to help stop the funding stream, and why ADF will continue its fight in court against Planned Parenthood’s misuse of tax dollars in multiple lawsuits, including Thayer v. Planned Parenthood of the Heartland.”

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ADF grateful for ruling on ‘fit’ parent

Senators introduce effort to void D.C. bills that force religious groups to violate beliefs

Canada Supreme Court: Catholic schools have a right to teach church views

A First Amendment SCOTUS case could bring much-needed clarification as to what constitutes ‘Government Speech’

Obama Administration: “Provide abortions or get out”