Same-sex divorce filings challenge Indiana’s marriage laws

Same-sex couple “married” in Iowa asks Nebraska court to allow divorce

Iowa GOP senators want vote on tele-med abortion ban

79-year-old woman busted for protesting at Planned Parenthood

Iowa: Civil Rights Commission summoned over psalm and shadow on fire truck

Iowa inmate wins fight tied to religion, unusual diet

Priest’s role in Iowa telemed abortion ban challenged

ADF reminds schools that they should “accommodate religion”

Christian legal group encourages universities to reinstate Bibles following atheist complaint | Christian Post

Are public universities discriminating against Christians with recent hotel Bible bans? | The Blaze

Memorial Union to remove bibles from hotel rooms March 1 | Iowa State Daily

ISU properly handled Bible complaint | Des Moines Register

Two universities unnecessarily cave to atheist group’s threats over Bibles

Two universities unnecessarily cave to atheist group’s threats over Gideon Bibles

Christ-centered colleges join forces against ObamaCare mandate | OneNewsNow

Bibles to be removed from Iowa State hotel rooms after guest complaint

Iowa legislator: A colic, crying baby is a good reason for an abortion

    LifeNews: “The Iowa House of Representatives passed a bill recently to ban telemed abortions . . . longtime abortion proponent Beth Wessel-Kroeschell of Ames railed against House Republicans . . . ‘we also know that they have the challenges they bring. They have colic, the sleepless nights, the finances, the disciplinary challenges . . . And what women do know is that we know where our limits are. We absolutely know where our limits are –whether we’re ready, whether we’re physically ready . . .’”


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Bill would outlaw telemedicine abortions in Iowa

Iowa lawmakers wade into abortion debate

Social conservatives in Iowa rally for life, marriage and family

Iowa: Bettendorf clinic ends abortion surgery

Iowa Supreme Court to weigh ditching bar exam

“Iowa’s ban on polygamy won’t be debated in 2014 session, say Branstad, top legislative leaders”

Pro-life 2013: Year in Review | One News Now

Christian conservative Vander Plaats’ new book calls for twice-daily prayer

Thayer’s lawyers argue federal appeal in Planned Parenthood fraud claim | The Storm Lake Times

8th Circuit Hears Iowa Planned Parenthood Fraud Case | Caffeinated Thoughts

Planned Parenthood’s Massive Fraud: Profits. No Matter What. | William Saunders and Anna Franzonello at LifeNews

Iowa Planned Parenthood Fraud Case Begins | CBN (video)

8th Circuit hears Iowa Planned Parenthood fraud case | Alliance Defending Freedom

Iowa: “Judge: Owner can’t lecture employees on religion”

Planned Parenthood is closing four of 20 Iowa clinics

Veteran Iowa Republicans Seek State GOP Makeover

Oklahoma same-sex couple uses tribal law to get marriage license

Mennonite Art Gallery Owners Sue State Civil Rights Commission Over Hosting Same-Sex Marriages

Iowa: Religious group sues over same-sex marriage dispute

Rule To Bar Iowa Abortion Pill System Moves Ahead

Planned Parenthood expands “telemedicine” in Iowa

Webcam abortions in Iowa banned by the Iowa Board of Medicine

    Townhall: Michael Norton, Alliance Defending Freedom Senior Counsel, commends the Board for standing up and putting the safety of women over the profits of Planned Parenthood: Planned Parenthood and other abortionists should be accountable to basic health and medical standards. That at least includes a licensed professional personally meeting with women who are considering such a serious and potentially life-altering act. That’s why we commend the Iowa Board of Medicine for caring more about the health and safety of mothers than about the profits Planned Parenthood obtains through ‘webcam’ abortions. Chemical abortions pose serious health risks to women, so their care should not be taken lightly. No matter where people stand on abortion, all should be able to agree on that.


  • Posted: 09/03/2013
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Iowa Board Votes To Bar Abortion Pill System

Telemed abortions stir heated debate in Iowa

Video: Iowa Democrats and Candidates for Governor Pray for Abortion

Iowa: Quiet prayers, fiery speeches precede telemedicine abortion hearing

Iowa judicial nominee quizzed on her marriage

Iowa church available to counter state-sponsored ‘shakedowns’ | One News Now

Letter Asks Iowa Medical Board to Stop Webcam Abortions

    Alliance Defending Freedom at LifeNews: “American tax dollars should be used responsibly and for the common good, but instead taxpayers are funding organizations like Planned Parenthood that are involved in risky chemical abortion procedures,” said Alliance Defending Freedom Senior Counsel Michael J. Norton. “Chemical abortions can be life-threatening and do pose serious health risks to women. No matter where one stands on abortion, all can agree that Planned Parenthood and other abortionists should be accountable to basic health and medical standards, and that at least includes a licensed professional personally meeting with women who are considering such a serious and potentially life-altering act.”


  • Posted: 08/22/2013
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‘Webcam’ abortions face scrutiny in Iowa | Alliance Defending Freedom

Planned Parenthood Getting $214,000 in Obamacare Funds Accused of Medicaid Fraud | LifeNews

Planned Parenthood in 3 states to get $655,000 in ObamaCare taxpayer funds

Eleven States Have Banned Telemedicine-Assisted Abortion

Ted Cruz, Rick Santorum Make Rounds with Conservatives in Iowa | U.S. News and World Report

    U.S. News and World Report: The summit, which coincides with another common stomping ground for presidential wannabes in the Iowa State Fair, also brings leaders of influential conservative causes together with the aspiring politicians. Representatives of the National Organization for Marriage, which has led the effort to prevent legalization of same-sex marriage, the Alliance Defending Freedom, which advocates for more religious displays in public spaces, and the Concerned Women of America, a women’s group that supports abortion restrictions, are all scheduled to speak.


  • Posted: 08/12/2013
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Iowa Establishment goes after pro-marriage group over removal of justices

Changes to Iowa Medicaid abortion rules untested

Eyes will be on Iowa as political visitors arrive | The Californian

Trump: The Unemployed ‘Get Better Benefits’ Than ‘The People That Are Working’ | The New Civil Rights Movement

G.O.P. Senators See an Upside in a Problematic Issue: Abortion

Iowa: “Gay Human Rights Commissioner to Evangelical pastor: you and your family ‘deserve to burn in hell’”

Cruz, Paul Address Religious Leaders In Des Moines

Firing woman to avoid extramarital affair is unfair, but not gender bias, Iowa Supreme court rules

“PPP poll shows more Iowa voters back same-sex marriage” | Des Moines Register

Iowa case cries out for Supreme Court clarity | Des Moines Register Editorial

Eighth Circuit Strikes Down Political-Committee-Like Reporting and Termination Requirements

Iowa Gov. May Need To Ok Medicaid Abortion Funding

DMACC reaches settlement with student in lawsuit over fliers | Radio Iowa

Iowa’s School Choice Program Expands

Lesson for Us Iowans: Reluctance to Go the Full Distance Has Consequences | Doug Napier at Townhall

Grassley: IRS Told Pro-Life Group to Swear It Would Not Protest Planned Parenthood

“Ex-Iowa Official Guilty in Gay Marriage Fraud Case”

Iowa Supreme Court: Married lesbians have constitutional right for both to be on baby’s birth certificate

21 Iowa senators back putting abortion ban to vote

Iowa House conservatives want pay cut for justices in same-sex marriage decision

Iowa Human Life Amendment introduced