Anti-religion group launches campaign against college basketball chaplains

ADF: Sports team chaplains aren’t unconstitutional

Public university basketball chaplains called ‘unconstitutional’

Advocates seek to remove antiquated religious test laws

This Super Bowl champion is urging his state to reject right-to-die legislation

Court says religiously-affiliated hospital’s plan is exempt from ERISA

Church property fight turns on Constitutional issues

Short sighted? School halts Bible study for blind kids

Abortion group colludes with MD county to close pregnancy center

Gvmt official confirms authenticity of e-mails showing collaboration with NARAL to shut down pregnancy centers

Revealed: Md. government colluded with abortion lobbyist NARAL

Heartbeat International president responds to NARAL, government strategy aimed at pregnancy centers

Emails reveal Maryland officials collaborating with NARAL to shut down pro-life pregnancy center

Atheists seek to end ban on secularists holding public office in seven states

Maryland county to churches: Preach environmentalism and get a tax break

Maryland school district to strip references to religious holidays on school calendars

Christian father banned from daughter’s school after confrontation over 3-page essay on the Five Pillars of Islam

Maryland college leveled with second suit for rejecting student because of faith

College applicant sues claiming rejection because of religious beliefs

Policy changes for Maryland state transgender employees

A banner month for pregnancy centers beleaguered by pro-abortion sign language

Montgomery County pays $375,000 to anti-abortion pregnancy center

The Baltimore inquisition [Commentary]

Maryland county must pay $375,000 for attempting to shut down pregnancy centers

Montgomery County pays $375,000 for violating pregnancy center’s free speech rights

Md. county pays attorneys’ fees in court case

Md. county pays $375,000 for anti-pregnancy care law

Maryland bill to stop transgender discrimination signed

Sexual orientation lessons could change in Montgomery

County gives up silencing pregnancy centers

Total victory against Md. county’s ‘forced speech’ law for pregnancy centers

Victory: Maryland county drops lawsuit against crisis pregnancy center Centro Tepeyac

Court rules in favor of evangelist charged with trespassing on public sidewalk

No legal recourse for Gallaudet University official demoted because she signed anti-same-sex-marriage petition

Carroll County commissioners vote to halt sectarian prayers

American Humanist Association asks judge to fine officials for prayers at government meetings

Maryland approves legislation to “protect transgender rights”

Maryland: Carroll commissioner “willing to go to jail” over right to pray

District court enjoins sectarian invocations at Maryland county council meetings

20-week abortion ban proposed in Maryland

A big blow for abortion advocates | American Thinker

Maryland pregnancy care center wins decision against “NARAL-driven attacks” | LifeSiteNews

Court says government can’t force counselors’ speech | WND

Court strikes down entirety of Md. county’s “forced speech” law for pregnancy centers

Public accommodations provision in Md. transgender rights bill draws outcry

Suit challenges World War I memorial cross in Bladensburg, Maryland

MD: Trial in fatal police chase tossed because of juror’s religious beliefs

Maryland AG: “Utah same-sex marriages are valid in Maryland”

Abortion Coverage in the Maryland Health Exchange

Ex-gay group files sexual orientation discrimination complaint with Department of Justice

MD: “Anti-trans Discrimination Act is unanimously passed by Hyattsville City Council”

Nativity scene in western Md. stirs discussion

Bush’s belated victory: Pro-life groups celebrate ethical shift in stem cell research

MD: Hancock Council of Churches ‘followed protocol’ in displaying Nativity scene in park

Carhart Gets Away With Murder: No Punishment for Killing Woman in 33-Week Abortion

MD: Middleboro could face lawsuit over cross on public

    Taunton Gazette: For experts on the United States Constitution, the addition of a 7-foot Christian cross to Middleboro’s town meeting agenda Monday night means one thing – more division. The town, deciding the fate of a cross that has stood for a half-century on a Route 28 traffic island, voted overwhelmingly to try and protect the brick structure. Voters did so by moving the land into private hands, thereby avoiding the constitutional mandate that church and state be separate.

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“Diversity Officer Sues Gallaudet U. Over Gay Marriage Petition Suspension”

Complex Settlement Reached In Maryland Church Zoning Dispute

Maryland Allows Doctor Who Killed Woman in Botched Abortion to Keep Practicing

Islam in America: Mosques Popping Up Across US

Cardin: IRS needs to quickly address tax rules for same-sex couples

“Gay Marriage Shows States Luring Discriminated Couples” | Bloomberg

Federal-Court Ruling Against Ohio’s Marriage Laws | Ed Whelan at NRO

“Federal Court Orders Interstate Recognition of Same-Sex Marriage”

Pregnancy Centers Win & Lose At Fourth Circuit | Townhall Culture Digest

Alliance seeks final injunction in pregnancy center lawsuit | One News Now

4th Circuit reverses earlier Baltimore Pregnancy Center victory – at least for now

Two Doctors Lose Licenses After Killing Woman in Botched Abortion