Iowa Supreme Court allows telemedicine abortion program to go on

Iowa Supreme Court rules in favor of telemedicine abortions

Iowa Supreme Court overturns ban on dangerous webcam abortions

Iowa high court strikes down ban on ‘webcam’ abortions

GOP candidates dial up evangelical fears at Iowa forum

Iowa pastors play influential role in presidential race

Iowa’s telemed case: Leaning toward Planned Parenthood?

ADF: Iowa high court should uphold ban on ‘webcam’ abortions

Iowa’s telemedicine abortion system now in court’s hands

Does Iowa Constitution protect abortion rights?

Court applies Title VII religious institution exemption

Iowa Supreme Court to hear challenge to Iowa law banning webcam abortions next month

Mennonite couple stops hosting all weddings to settle sexual orientation discrimination complaint

Wedding venue settles bias complaint by halting all wedding services

What The New York Times gets wrong about religious liberty

Parent voices concern over religious sign in public school

Same-sex marriage issue part of push for state religious liberty bills

Attorneys file brief supporting webcam abortion ban

Webcam ‘scheme’ shadowing what’s important, ADF maintains

Planned Parenthood puts profits ahead of women’s health

Iowa Constitution does not provide any right to abortion

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

US conservatives fight for religious freedom

HHS hands out $500k to Planned Parenthood to boost Obamacare enrollment

Planned Parenthood forced to face fraud lawsuit in Iowa

Planned Parenthood loses legal round against ex-manager

Appeals court reinstates fraud case against Planned Parenthood in Iowa

Iowa court upholds ban on ‘webcam’ abortions

Rules limiting area around State Fair where preacher can speak upheld

Editor fired for criticizing “Queen James Bible” on personal blog files federal complaint

Newspaper editor fired for criticism of “gay Bible”

Same-sex marriage stirs backlash as businesses assert religion

Planned Parenthood closings in southwest Iowa answer to pro-life prayers

Two more Planned Parenthood clinics to close in Iowa

Court hears arguments in same-sex divorce case

Federal judge grants Cornerstone temporary relief from Affordable Care Act birth control mandate

Christian colleges win injunction against Obamacare

Federal judge rules Christian colleges don’t have to comply with Obamacare contraception mandate

Dordt College exempted from contraceptive mandate

Court blocks birth control mandate for two Christian colleges

First round freedom win for Dordt College and Cornerstone University against HHS mandate

Dordt College wins first round against HHS mandate

Judge: Obama admin can’t force Christian colleges to obey HHS Mandate

First round freedom win for Iowa, Mich. Christian colleges against HHS mandate

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