FIRE and Student Press Law Center file ‘amici’ brief for Kansas student expelled for tweets

Kansas Ban on Dismemberment Abortion sued in state court

Kansas Court of Appeals planning to swear in new judge

Small Kansas church sues county over zoning dispute

Pro-lifer praises Kansas governor for new state law

Kansas Gov. Brownback travels the state in symbolic reenactment of signing SB95

Anti-religion group launches campaign against college basketball chaplains

ADF: Sports team chaplains aren’t unconstitutional

Public university basketball chaplains called ‘unconstitutional’

Kansas becomes first state to ban ‘dismemberment abortion’

Kansas limits abortion method, opening a new line of attack

Kansas becomes first state to enact groundbreaking dismemberment abortion ban

KS Gov. Brownback signs first-in-nation dismemberment abortion ban

Religious freedom for campus student groups bill passes Kansas Senate

Lawmaker defends dismemberment abortions, calls it healthcare

Committee of the Kansas Board of Regents to study implications of same-sex marriage

Kansas media complains about the cost of saving babies from abortion

Brownback right to rescind executive order

Abortion advocates definitely do not like the word “dismemberment”

Two Kansas lawmakers push outlawing ‘revenge porn’

Brownback touts ‘healthy families’ as key to state’s success

Groundbreaking dismemberment abortion ban in Kansas kicks off Right to Life movement 2015 legislative agenda

Christian student banned from passing out flyers promoting prayer session at middle school’s flagpole

School stops seventh-grader from distributing fliers for religious event

KS conservatives move for legal protections

Kansas now issuing gender-neutral marriage forms

Judge bars Garden City in church zoning dispute

Same-sex couples marry in Kansas despite legal fight

Supreme Court lifts stay on Kansas same-sex marriage

KS Supreme Court arguments Thursday in same-sex marriage case

Church sues Garden City over zoning dispute

Same-sex marriage obstacles fall in conservative states

Church-state separation allows rules on employee morality, lawyers say

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

When it comes to free speech, not everyone is a good sport

City pays $50,000 in attorney’s fees for violating First Amendment rights of Christians

Court strikes down Kansas soccer complex’s free speech ban

Abortion clinics continue to close amid lawsuits, protests

Abortion clinic in Kansas shuts down for good after routinely violating state law

Same-sex divorce allowed only in Douglas County

Salina – following in Obama’s footsteps – declares June as LGBT Pride Month

Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri announces it will close its Hays facility

Abortion worker spreads cow manure outside clinic to harass pro-life activists

Kansas wins court battle to de-fund Planned Parenthood abortion business

Planned Parenthood drops Kansas funding challenge

Judge sets hearing on federal money to Planned Parenthood in Kansas

Suit voluntarily dismissed after school district changes rule on distribution of religious material

School district revises policy after student banned from distributing Christian flyers

ADF lawsuit prompts Kan. school district to end ban on religious speech

Alvaré on Windsor and a federal definition of marriage

    Kevin C. Walsh at Mirror of Justice: ”Professor Helen Alvaré testified in March before the Kansas Senate Judiciary Committee in connection with a proposed Kansas Religious Freedom Preservation Act. The written version of her testimony, worth reading in full, touches on an underappreciated feature of Windsor and post-Windsor cases finding a constitutional right to same-sex marriage. Whether explicitly or implicitly, these cases develop and deploy a federal-law-based definition of marriage.”

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Multiple losses for Planned Parenthood in Ariz, Ala., Kan.

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Former Kansas AG Kline seeks U.S. Supreme Court review of license suspension

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Judge sides with doctor in late-term abortion referral case

Kansas Senate leaders won’t pass religious liberty legislation this year

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Senator declares Kansas marriage bill dead

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Kansas Senate balks at religious liberty bill

Kansas House passes bill allowing service refusal to same-sex couples

Kansas House panel to protect religious choice

Marriage shift has Kansas right scrambling for legislative solutions

Kansas: Measures introduced to end ban on same-sex “marriage”

Kansas lawmakers seek conscience protection for individuals, businesses

Kansans for Life seeks state Supreme Court changes

Judge rules Kansas sperm donor owes child support to same-sex couple

Ultrasounds, surrogacy on Kan. legislative committee’s agenda

State victories create dilemma for pro-lifers

Faculty members’ free speech rights put to test | OneNewsNow