Congressman Says Hospital Guilty of ‘Abortion Coercion’ | FOX News

Freedom of not having a choice | Philly.com

Nurses Say Lawsuit Hasn’t Halted Abortion Duties At UMDNJ | CBS New York

Nurses: Lawsuit hasn’t halted abortion duties | OneNewsNow.com

12 nurses accuse UMDNJ of forcing them to assist in abortion cases despite religious and moral objections | NJ.com

Judge Blocks Hospital From Forcing Nurses to Assist in Abortions | MO Family Policy Council

NJ nurses say suit hasn’t halted abortion duties

Matt Bowman: NJ Hospital Should Tell the Truth about Its Abortion Policy

ADF: Press conference Monday featuring NJ nurses forced to help with abortions

N.J. Supreme Court to hear case of state judge who opposes contributing more toward benefits, pension

NJ Nurses Forced to Perform Abortions: Judge Issues Temporary Exemption Order

Judge Issues TRO temporarily stopping New Jersey Hospital from Compelling Pro-Life Nurses to assist in abortions | NRL News Today

Court Blocks NJ Hospital From Forcing Nurses to Assist in Abortions

Conscience rights for nurses | OneNewsNow.com

N.J. judge says lawsuit to recognize “gay marriage” can go on

No choice for pro-life nurses | WORLDmag.com

Letter prompts change in ordinance | OneNewsNow

Judge halts plans to force nurses to do abortions: Hearing on case brought by 12 caregivers scheduled for Nov. 18 | WND

Hospital Compels Pro-Life Nurses to Participate in Abortions | NRL News Today

Court Stops Hospital From Forcing Nurses to Assist Abortions | LifeNews.com

Atlantic City backs off unconstitutional law regulating religious speech | Examiner.com

New Jersey City To Change Ordinance Requiring Permit To Engage In Free Speech | Fox News

ADF: Court temporarily stops NJ hospital from forcing nurses to participate in abortions

Matt Bowman: Twelve Nurses Forced to Take Part in Abortions

Nurses Sue Hospital Over New Abortion Policy | Crosswalk

Hospital forcing nurses to participate in abortions | Christian Examiner

ADF: Religious speech on Atlantic City boardwalk no longer a gamble

N.J. Nurses’ Suit Against Hospital Says They’re Forced To Help With Abortions | NJ Law J. subscription only

Policy Forces Nurses to Perform Abortions

12 nurses sue NJ hospital for forcing them to participate in abortions | ProLifeBlogs

12 nurses sue NJ hospital for forcing them to participate in abortions | Canada Free Press

Nurses File Suit to Stop Requirement to Participate in Abortions | NRL News Today

12 nurses sue over being forced to help with abortions | World Net Daily

NJ Nurses Sue Hospital Over New Abortion Policy | Christian Post

‘Do abortions or get fired’ hospital told nurses: lawsuit | LifeSiteNews.com

ADF: 12 nurses sue NJ hospital for forcing them to participate in abortions

“N.J. trying to get lawsuit dismissed that would force state to recognize gay marriage”

Hospital Told Nurses: Assist Abortions or Lose Your Job | LifeNews.com

Hospital Tells Nurses: Assist Abortions or Be Fired

“School filtering gay, transgender sites goes to court”

Judge nixes Christie request to have N.J. judges contribute more toward pensions and benefits

Byron Babione: When opposing homosexuality threatens your job

“Christian Group Defends NJ Teacher’s Anti-Gay Comments”

Christian teacher under investigation for opposing homosexuality

ADF to NJ school district: Retaliation against teacher for Facebook comments would be illegal

Church Sues New Jersy City Over Zoning Delay

NJ: Court Trims ‘Psychological’ Parent’s Right To Restrict Child Visitation

    A third-party “psychological” parent does not have the same autonomy as the child’s legal parents did before ceding custody, a state appeals court said Friday in a precedential decision. An applicant for visitation need only prove it is in the child’ best interests, and need not satisfy the higher avoidance-of-harm standard, the Appellate Division said . . .


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Northeast, Not Bible Belt, Has Lowest Divorce Rate In America

NJ: Cross in Front Yard Brings Clash with City

Music director claims NJ Catholic priest created hostile work environment with marriage sermon

NJ appeals court upholds topless woman’s arrest to uphold important public moral sensibilities

After First Amendment challenge, Livingston amends zoning code to allow cross on resident’s front lawn

    NJ.com: Racaniello, who felt that the township was preventing him from expressing his constitutionally protected religious beliefs, enlisted the Arizona-based Alliance Defense Fund — a coalition of Christian attorneys — which argued that the township was violating Racaniello’s First Amendment rights by enforcing “vague” ordinances in “ad hoc” manner. Although his attorney, Jonathan Scruggs, said in July that the alliance would take the township to court unless Racaniello was allowed to display his cross on the tree — which is within the right-of-way — Scruggs yesterday said he was “satisfied” that the new ordinance addressed his and Racaniello’s concerns. “I think it’s an appropriate response,” Scruggs said of the amended ordinance. “We’re satisfied that the vagueness of the ordinance was corrected.”


  • Posted: 09/08/2011
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Anne Patterson sworn in to N.J. Supreme Court

“Majority of New Jerseyans Favors Gay Marriage but Shows More Support for Civil Unions as an Alternative, Rutgers Poll Finds”

Brian Raum: “The Left’s Playing Games With Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ Polls in New Jersey”

NJ: “School Reading List Includes Books on Lesbian Sex, Gay Orgy”

N.J. bridal salon slammed for refusing to sell gown to lesbian

Your Religion, On Your Land, Is None Of My Business

    Amy Alkon on MND: He also contacted the Arizona-based Alliance Defense Fund, a coalition of conservative Christian lawyers. The alliance told the township it may take the matter to court if officials don’t allow Racaniello to put the cross wherever he wants on his property. “We believe this is private property, and therefore he has a right to engage in this expression,” Jonathan Scruggs, a lawyer for the alliance, said in an interview. “We believe that either cross is protected by the First Amendment.”


  • Posted: 08/18/2011
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Gov. Chris Christie Highlights Non-Abortion Women’s Clinics

New Jersey man ordered to remove cross from his front yard

3rd Circuit Tosses Obamacare Challenge Brought By New Jersey Doc

Victory for the cross

New Jersey man ordered to remove cross from his front yard

Livingston man should not be hassled for wooden cross in yard

    NJ.com: “There’s no question that this was provoked by a complaint by an irate neighbor,” said Joseph Infranco, one of a coalition of Christian lawyers with the Alliance Defense Fund, which is representing Racaniello. “I’m fairly certain that if he had posted a lost dog sign, that the neighbor would have done nothing. There’s evidence indicating that it may well have been about the content,” Infranco said.


  • Posted: 08/01/2011
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NJ Appeals Court abstains from ecclesiastical dispute where member is excluded from church property

Battle Brewing In Livingston Over Cross Erected On Patrick Racaniello’s Front Lawn

Putting up cross in backyard sparks legal battle in Livingson, New Jersey

Man fights for yard cross