Wash. grandmother’s religious freedom, livelihood at stake

ADF: DC Council should abandon bill that forces pro-life groups to pay for abortions

ADF to Supreme Court: Ariz. town’s excuses for speech discrimination fall short

Oahu churches seek dismissal of atheist lawsuit

Free to speak or not speak? That is the question in Ky. printer case

ADF recommends policy to protect student privacy in restrooms, locker rooms

10th Circuit to hear Christian universities’ challenge to abortion-pill mandate

DC Council delays vote on bill forcing religious non-profits to pay for abortions

Court to consider whether Pittsburgh can enforce censorship zones

ADF: DC gov’t shouldn’t force pro-life employers to pay for elective abortions

ADF to 13,000+ school districts: First Amendment protects Christmas expression

Fla. church won’t be zoned out of its property

‘Webcam’ abortions put Planned Parenthood profits ahead of women’s health

Colo. Supreme Court rejects attack on governor’s prayer proclamation

ADF to 11th Circuit: Uphold freedom of Fla. to affirm marriage as one man, one woman

Conn. family won’t be forced to pay Obamacare elective abortion surcharge

Freedom to pray restored in NC county

ADF: US Supreme Court decision paves way for Forsyth County to resume prayers

ADF: Govt shouldn’t force Christian pharmacists to dispense abortion-inducing drugs

3rd Circuit to hear Christian college’s case against abortion-pill mandate

Ohio school district stands up to atheist group’s unfounded threats

US civil rights commissioner takes Calif., DC to task over bills that violate religious freedom

7th Circuit throws out attack on housing allowance for ministers

Pro-life groups, doctors ask 5th Circuit to uphold Texas law against cut-and-run abortionists

Colo. school to students: No praying during free time

ADF to 5th Circuit: Uphold freedom of La. to affirm marriage as one man, one woman

6th Circuit affirms freedom of states to define marriage as one-man, one-woman

Atheists sink voluntary anti-bullying, anti-drugs education program in Texas schools

Will court force March for Life to pay for abortion pill coverage?

Court to consider U. of Ga. limitation on most speech to less than 1 percent of campus

ADF to continue fight for freedom of NYC pregnancy care centers

Ariz. schools choose life-affirming curriculum

Houston mayor withdraws subpoenas, but scandal not fully resolved

Slovak court allows referendum affirming family values

Catholic law school not forced to comply with abortion pill mandate

4th Circuit should uphold NC pro-life law

HHS mandate ‘accommodation’ for non-profits still inadequate

US civil rights commissioner to Houston mayor: Withdraw subpoenas of pastors

Pa. school district revises speech policy in student lawsuit over Valentine’s Day card

ADF offers guidance to NC, Ariz., Idaho, Nev. officials responsible for issuing marriage licenses

ADF: Federal court right to uphold Puerto Rico’s freedom to preserve marriage

City of Coeur d’Alene confirms for-profit wedding chapel violates ordinance

Students free to be voice for aborted children

Govt tells Christian ministers: Perform same-sex weddings or face jail, fines

Houston still doesn’t get it with ‘revised’ subpoenas

    ADF Media: “The city of Houston still doesn’t get it. It thinks that by changing nothing in its subpoenas other than to remove the word ‘sermons’ that it has solved the problem. That solves nothing. Even though the pastors are not parties in this lawsuit, the subpoenas still demand from them 17 different categories of information – information that encompasses speeches made by the pastors and private communications with their church members. As we have stated many times, the problem is the subpoenas themselves; they must be rescinded entirely. The city must respect the First Amendment and abandon its illegitimate mission to invade the private communications of pastors for the purpose of strong-arming them into silence in a lawsuit that concerns nothing more than the authenticity of citizen petitions.” -Erik Stanley


  • Posted: 10/17/2014
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No support for claim that Houston is ‘backing off’ subpoenas

    ADF Media: “The shame that the city of Houston has brought upon itself is real, but the claim that it has changed course is not. The city has so far taken no concrete action to withdraw the subpoenas. Furthermore, the subpoenas themselves are the problem – not just their request for pastors’ sermons. The city is not off the hook from its illegitimate request for e-mails, text messages, and other communications in which these pastors, who are not even party to this lawsuit, may have disagreed with the mayor. The way to fix this is to withdraw the subpoenas entirely. Otherwise, the city’s and the mayor’s overtures are simply more window-dressing intended to shield them from public scrutiny.” -Christiana Holcomb


  • Posted: 10/16/2014
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(Update) Houston, we have a problem

ADF offers guidance to Wis., Ind., Utah officials responsible for issuing marriage licenses

ADF: Students free to participate in ‘Bring Your Bible to School Day’

Proposed policies violate children’s privacy, invite lawsuits in Minn., Wis., RI

ADF offers guidance to Va., Okla. clerks responsible for issuing marriage licenses

Pulpit Freedom participation exceeds 1,800 pastors, continues through Election Day

5th Circuit affirms law to protect women

Churches forced to cover abortion file federal complaint against Calif. agency

NAACP tries to silence critical reporting of its actions

ADF: No blocking free speech during ‘Fields of Faith’

Recommended ruling in Ky. printer case could result in freedom for no one

US Supreme Court holds off on taking up marriage issue

ADF to Ariz. school district: Teachers free to have personal Bible at desk

Pulpit Freedom Sunday vs. IRS

NY farmers to court: honor our religious freedom

NC college tries to ‘dumb down’ drama production due to ‘offensive’ religious message

Cameron Univ. responds to student speech complaint

ADF to Slovak court: Allow citizens to affirm their values at ballot box

Broad support for SCOTUS to overturn Ariz. town’s targeted speech restrictions

ADF to top human rights court: Christian convert faces risk of persecution in Iran

ADF asks US Supreme Court to uphold freedom of churches to meet in NYC public schools

Annual ‘See You at the Pole’ event places focus on students’ freedom to pray

ADF appeals illegal funding of abortions with Colo. taxpayer dollars

ADF provides First Amendment lesson to anti-Chick-fil-A school principal

ADF: Catholic diocese free to require ministry workers to follow Church teaching

City unjustly zones out Fla. church; trial begins Wednesday

IRS stonewalls coming clean on secret deal to investigate churches

ADF to US Supreme Court: End govt speech discrimination against churches

GAO: Americans paying for abortion through Obamacare

    “This report exposes what we’ve known all along: that Obamacare was designed to force Americans to pay for abortions. Federal law protects Americans from paying for others’ abortions, but Obamacare architects built a purposely deceptive accounting scheme into the massive law that makes people in all 50 states fund abortion. We were told that we had to pass the bill to find out what was in it. Now we know one other thing that’s in it: corporate welfare for the administration’s abortion industry cronies. Instead of deceiving the American people, the administration needs to follow federal law and deliver on the transparency we were promised.” – Alliance Defending Freedom Senior Counsel Casey Mattox


  • Posted: 09/16/2014
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