Ryan T. Anderson: On religious liberty, AZ gets it right and NYT gets it wrong again

Apple presses AZ governor to veto SB1062

Andrew Walker: How now shall we bake?

Business opposition to Arizona’s religion bill continues to mount | The Arizona Republic

“Arizona senators want veto of bill allowing refusal of service to gays” | The Post-Standard

Arizona business groups overwhelmingly opposed to SB 1062 | The Arizona Republic

SB 1062 forcing Brewer to consider issues tied to faith, discrimination | The Arizona Republic (video)

Chris Cuomo doesn’t get how religious freedom works | National Review (CNN video)

Pressure builds for Brewer to veto Arizona decline-to-serve bill

“Religious right in Arizona cheers bill allowing businesses to refuse to serve gays” | NYT

“Arizona heading off fights over homosexual weddings” | WND

    Bob Unruh at WND: “The state’s constitution doesn’t recognize ‘same-sex marriage,’ but officials with the Alliance Defending Freedom said it simply was the government imposing ‘a new belief system upon [bakery owner] Jack [Phillips], one that is fundamentally at odds with his conscience and his liberty.’”


  • Posted: 02/24/2014
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“Freedom to discriminate? Controversial Arizona bill takes step toward becoming law” | RT

    RT: “The Arizona Republic reported that the bill, which has a counterpart in the state House of Representatives known as HB 2153, was written by the conservative Center for Arizona Policy and Alliance Defending Freedom – a non-profit Christian lobby group that dedicates funding to the pro-life movement and has long opposed marriage equality.”


  • Posted: 02/24/2014
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“Kansas, Arizona bills reflect national fight over gay rights vs. religious liberty” | Washington Post

Should Arizona’s “religious freedom” bill become law? | U.S. News & World Report

Joseph La Rue and Kerri Kupec: SB 1062 provides needed protections, clarification | The Arizona Republic

“What’s behind Arizona plan to let businesses refuse to serve gays?” | LA Times

Republican candidates for Arizona governor react to religious liberty bill

Joseph La Rue and Kerri Kupec: Why our religious freedom needs more protection | The Arizona Republic

Arizona Legislature OKs religion bill; on way to Gov. Brewer | The Arizona Republic

AZ Senate: “Business owners can cite religion to refuse service to gays”

Planned Parenthood starts providing abortion services in northern Arizona again

ADF attorney: Who thinks Planned Parenthood will encourage adoption? | OneNewsNow

Arizona bill would allow snap inspections of abortion clinics

AZ: Prayer returns to Mesa schools meetings | The Arizona Republic

AZ: Push to expand school vouchers for private, parochial schools moves forward in House

AZ: Legislation would add hurdle for divorced parents who have custody of their kids to move

House panel OKs bill by social conservatives | NewsTimes (AP)

Bill tests faith vs. bigotry | Arizona Daily Sun

ADF to Ariz. schools: Giving Planned Parenthood access to children may violate state law

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

Arizona releases new abortion drug restrictions

Ariz. bill to expand religious protections advances

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

AZ: Religious freedom bill passes first Senate hurdle

U.S. Supreme Court takes up abortion protest case | CNews

High court won’t hear Ariz. abortion ban challenge | CBN

Supreme Court: Arizona can’t enforce ban on abortions after 20 weeks | LifeNews

Nebraska AG says he will defend fetal-pain law despite court ruling

Arizona’s abortion ban won’t be revived by Supreme Court

TUHSD reviews Planned Parenthood’s sex education curriculum | Ahwatukee Foothills News

100+ parents protest as Arizona school chooses from three pro-abortion sex ed courses

States May Recognize Same-Sex Marriages, But Navajo Nation Won’t

Tempe Union sex-education discussion drawing scrutiny | The Arizona Republic (video)

Sexual education causing controversy in Tempe | ABC 15 (video)

Tempe school district puts sex ed rumors to rest | MyFoxPhoenix.com (video)

Ariz. school district to allow time for Planned Parenthood opponents | Alliance Defending Freedom

Planned Parenthood to make sex-ed presentation to Tempe HS district | AZFamily.com

Planned Parenthood Arizona Wants to Push Abortion, Sex Ed on Kids | Life News

The battle to keep Planned Parenthood out of Tempe, Arizona schools | LiveActionNews

Suit filed to redefine marriage in Arizona

Sex Education Meeting | ABC15

Planned Parenthood targets Tempe schoolchildren | Alliance Defending Freedom

AZ: Mesa Public Schools Board may reconsider permitting prayer at board meetings

“Navajo Nation struggles with same-sex marriage”

10 best pro-life moments of 2013 | Kristi Burton Brown at Live Action News

Ariz. pro abortion group want SCOTUS to stop new law

The Impact of State Medicaid Expansion in Arizona

    NCPA Policy Digest: The number of privately insured individuals will fall 333,000 in 2014 and, by 2023, the number of privately insured will be 450,000 fewer than it would be otherwise. The net number of Medicaid participants will increase1.07 million in 2014 and, by 2023, the number of Medicaid enrollees will be 1.65 million higher than it would be otherwise. The total cost to the state of covering these new Medicaid beneficiaries will reach $906 million annually within the next decade.


  • Posted: 12/09/2013
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Arizona Technology Council to lobby for homosexual agenda

Taxpayers Shouldn’t Be Forced to Fund Abortion, ADF Declares in Arizona Debate | Christian Post

Arizona Asks Supreme Court to Uphold Pro-Life Law Stopping Tax-Funded Abortions

“Arizona Won’t Stop Trying To Defund Planned Parenthood” | Think Progress

Ariz. to US Supreme Court: Taxpayers shouldn’t be forced to fund abortion | LifeSiteNews

Arizona again asks Supreme Court to look at abortion law | AZ Republic

Ariz. to US Supreme Court: Taxpayers shouldn’t be forced to fund abortion

Signs, Signs, Everywhere Signs (except Church signs)

AZ: Mesa school board ends opening-prayer custom

Disability advocates back stricter Arizona abortion law

NAACP Renews Lawsuit to Stop Ban on Race-Based Abortions of Black Babies | Life News