Same-sex marriage stirs backlash as businesses assert religion

Baker appeals order to provide same-sex wedding cakes

Colorado baker appeals ‘re-education’ order

Baker appeals government re-education order

Colo. cake artist appeals govt. ‘re-education’ order

ADF: US Supreme Court should strike down vague Colo. law used to criminalize speech

Planned Parenthood sued for doing abortion on raped 13-year-old, returning her to rapist

Judge: Same-sex couples can keep marrying in Colorado

What’s next for baker who refused to make cake for same-sex wedding?

Hobby Lobby ruling may vindicate Colorado company

Pro-lifers to protest National Education Association’s support for abortion

Rick Santorum: Baker that would not make a cake for same-sex wedding sent to ‘re-education camp’

Judge grants Colorado Christian University injunction from birth control mandate

Attorney: courts overturning marriage laws use ‘raw judicial power’

Colo. marriage amendment case: Emotion vs. reason?

ADF asks court to uphold Colo. marriage laws

Baker takes a stand for religious freedom (video)

Christian baker sentenced to re-education for opposing same-sex marriage

Colorado baker discusses his case with Glenn Beck (video)

In Colorado, a case of unjust desserts

Baker forced into sensitivity training after refusing to make same-sex wedding cake

Baker bullied, monitored, forced to attend sensitivity training, won’t back down over gay wedding cakes

The thought police have arrived

Bakery will stop making wedding cakes after losing discrimination appeal

Baker forced to make gay wedding cakes, undergo sensitivity training after losing lawsuit

Christian cake maker forced to bake cake for same-sex couple

Make them bake cake!

Colorado baker must make cakes for gay weddings, panel rules

Commission upholds order that Christian baker must make cakes for ‘gay weddings’

Colo. cake artist considering appeal of Civil Rights Commission decision

Civil rights commission says Lakewood baker discriminated against gay couple

Hearing in Colorado baker’s refusal to serve gay people

Artistic expression at stake in Colo. cake artist case

On Nat’l Day of Prayer, Colo. Supreme Court hearing case on prayer proclamations

Baking a wedding cake: “You don’t have the option to opt out of the culture wars”

Colorado Senate Democrats spike abortion bill

Colorado Democrats delay vote on abortion to avoid public defeat

    Coloradoan: “Colorado Democrats launched an election-year showdown over abortion rights, then delayed their own proposal Tuesday to avoid a public defeat. The Senate was scheduled to debate a bill to guarantee that state or local policies won’t interfere with reproductive decisions such as abortion and contraception. Sponsored by Democrats, the proposal was pitched by backers as a safeguard against future attempts to chip away at reproductive rights.” | Text of the bill is here.


  • Posted: 04/16/2014
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life

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Archbishop urges prayer and action against Colo. abortion bill

Colo. House committee temporarily withdraws bill that eliminates protections for unborn children

Colorado court to hear school voucher appeal

Colorado governor endorses redefinition of marriage

College faith groups need religious liberty protection | The Gazette

Nine couples seek to overturn Colorado’s marriage amendment

Colorado: Abortion complaint at Mercy hospital dropped

Bill to slow Colorado’s adoption of Common Core dies in committee

    The Denver Post: “The Senate education committee Thursday night rejected a bill that would slam the brakes on the Colorado Academic Standards, including the Common Core and the testing adopted with it, after six hours of passionate pleas from both sides to do right by students. Senate Bill 136, sponsored by Fort Collins Republican Vicki Marble, would have delayed testing for a year while an independent task force examined both the standards and a cost-analysis of implementation.”


  • Posted: 02/14/2014
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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  • Source: www.denverpost.com

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Colorado AG: A “veto” attorneys general shouldn’t wield

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

CO: Lawmakers shoot down bill that could have allowed religious student groups state money

ADF attorney to testify in favor of Colo. student group religious freedom bill Monday

Colorado group proposes ballot measure requiring pre-marriage education

CO: Weld County Representatives sponsor bill to ban abortion

“Colorado gay marriage tax bill passes first hurdle” | 9News

William Hood sworn in as 103rd Colorado Supreme Court justice

Chief Justice Bender retires from Colorado Supreme Court

ADF: Gov’t seeking to impose ‘new belief system’ on client | One News Now

Christian Baker Files Religious-Freedom Appeal in Wedding-Cake Ruling | NC Register

Christian baker files religious freedom appeal in marriage ruling | Patheos (CNA)

Christian Bakers File Appeal in Same-Sex Wedding Cake Case | Charisma News

“Colorado bill would recognize gay marriage in taxes only”

State ‘imposing’ its ‘gay’ beliefs on cake artist | World Net Daily

Cake Shop Owner Files Appeal After Judge Rules He Must Sell Wedding Cakes for Same-Sex Ceremonies | Christian Post

“Colo. Cake Maker Appeals Order To Serve Gays” | AP

Colorado Baker Jack Phillips Threatened with Jail for Not Baking Cakes for Same-sex Weddings | Virtue Online

    Virtue Online: Phillips’s lead lawyer is Nicolle Martin, who is representing him pro bono as part of the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), a network of over 2,000 Christian attorneys nationwide who defend people in their local communities when their religious liberties are violated . . . According to Phillip’s lawyer, Nicolle Martin, “American citizens should not have to live in fear of a prison sentence merely for disagreeing with the government’s opinion. All Americans should remain free to honor God in our lives and in our work. The government has no business threatening Americans with jail time for simply exercising their constitutionally-protected freedoms of religion and speech. Every American, whatever you think about this issue, should fear a government that ignores the First Amendment in order to exercise this kind of power over its citizens.”


  • Posted: 01/07/2014
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  • Category: ADF in the News
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  • Source: www.virtueonline.org

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Cake Artists Are Citizens, Not Government Servants | Caffeinated Thoughts

“Colorado Baker Fights Judge’s Order to Serve Gay Couples” | TIME