Ruling on New Mexico town’s Ten Commandments display put on hold

New Mexico court asked to overturn decision allowing assisted suicide

Court puts hold on NM Ten Commandments decision while appeal moves forward

No ‘right to die’ at hands of doctors in New Mexico

City of Bloomfield will appeal Ten Commandments monument ruling

Judge rules Ten Commandments monument must go

Judge rules Ten Commandments monument must go

Douglas Napier and Ilya Shapiro discuss religious liberty on the Chuck Morse podcast

Jordan Lorence: Opposing government coercion is true “price of citizenship”

Supreme Court turns down First Amendment case | NRB

“Supreme Court refuses to hear New Mexico photographer’s gay bias case” | Gospel Herald

Christian photographer denied appeal by US Supreme Court | The Christian Institute

Supreme Court declines appeal of Christian photographer ordered to shoot same-sex ceremonies | Christian News Network

Supreme Court delivers setback for frees speech and religious liberty | Acton Institute

Ryan T. Anderson: Elane Photography case shows why we must fight against gov’t coercion

“U.S. high court won’t hear gay discrimination appeal” | Albuquerque Journal

“Supreme Court turns deaf ear on New Mexico gay wedding photo case” | Deseret News

“Supreme Court declines case of photographer who denied service to gay couple” | Washington Post

“High court declines photographer’s appeal in gay marriage case” | Washington Times

“Supreme Court won’t hear appeal of New Mexico gay bias case” | Los Angeles Times

Supreme Court declines photographers’ appeal | Baptist Press

“US Supreme Court won’t hear appeal on same-sex ceremony photography case” | New Mexico Telegram

Supreme Court won’t hear ABQ same-sex wedding photography case | Albuquerque Business First

“Supreme Court will not hear case of photographer who refused gay wedding” | Christian Post

“US supreme court declines appeal of photographer who refused gay couple” | Guardian

“Ruling stands against Christian photographer who declined gay wedding” | LifeSiteNews

Jordan Lorence: Supreme Court turns down Elane Photography case

Govt punishment of NM photographer stands, compelled speech problem unresolved . . . for now

Jennifer Marshall: The bullies’ America

Supreme showdown in religious freedom battle | WND

US Supreme Court holds off deciding whether to hear NM photographer’s case

“Justices may decide if vendors can snub gay weddings” | USA Today

Muslim sues NM gym over head covering

Supreme Court faces wave of free-speech cases from conservatives | LA Times

Volokh and Shapiro: Choosing what to photograph is a form of speech

Pro-family groups working together in New Mexico to fight doctor-assisted suicide | OneNewsNow

New Mexico AG Gary King appeals “right to die” ruling

Michael Dorf: Why the SCOTUS should deny cert in Elane Photography

Ex-city councilor: Ten Commandments statue not religious | Albuquerque Journal

Trial begins on Ten Commandments monument in Bloomfield, NM | Albuquerque Journal

NM: Curry County judges stop performing marriages, others step in

Elane Photography religious liberty case heads to Supreme Court | Washington Post

Judge: NM doctors can give meds to help people die

States May Recognize Same-Sex Marriages, But Navajo Nation Won’t

GOP Gov. won’t push for NM marriage amend., says court ruling is law of the land

Religious Believers Face Discrimination for Marriage Views | NC Register

“Navajo Nation struggles with same-sex marriage”

New Mexico County Clerks Resign After State Supreme Court Legalizes Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ | ChristianNews.net

The Truth Will Set Us Free | Redding.com

“Utah Ruling Means No Respite for the Supreme Court on Same-Sex Marriage” | NYT

“Gay marriage now legal in New Mexico” | Cindy Carcamo at LA Times

    Cindy Carcamo at LA Times: Jim Campbell, an attorney who represented former state lawmakers who filed a brief asking the court to reject same-sex marriage, criticized the ruling. “The government’s purpose for recognizing marriage is to bring together one man and one woman as husband and wife to be a father and a mother to any children their union produces,” said Campbell, who is legal counsel for the Alliance Defending Freedom, which opposes gay marriage. “The New Mexico Supreme Court ignored that time-tested understanding of marriage and replaced it with the recently conceived notion that marriage means special government recognition for close relationships.”


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New Mexico Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Same-Sex Marriage | Citizen Link

New Mexico allows same-sex marriage | Lyle Denniston at SCOTUS Blog

NM Supreme Court redefines marriage | Alliance Defending Freedom

NM Supreme Court: State “is constitutionally required to allow same-gender couples to marry”

“85% Americans Support Christian Photographer Who Refused Gay Wedding Assignment As Case Moves On” | Global Dispatch

“Christian Photog Who Refused to Shoot Gay Wedding Finds Widespread Support” | Charisma News

State Attorneys General File Brief in Support of Christians Ordered to Shoot Same-Sex Ceremonies | ChristianNews.Net

Yes, you will work for me: Will high court hear First Amendment case? | One News Now

“Colorado judge suppresses Christian’s free speech in favor of gay rights” | Examiner.com

“Anti-Christian Persecution: Christians Forced out of Business in Colorado and New Mexico” | Catholic Online

Colorado ruling takes the cake: Activist court cooks up a new rule to undermine religion | Washington Times Editorial

“Gay couple’s complaint against Colo. baker gets hearing: Becomes a cause celebre for activists” | Washington Times

After abortion vote, Albuquerque looks to change initiative process

“Why Is the ACLU on the Wrong Side of the Wedding Photographer Case?” | Cato Institute

Female photographer sued for refusing to take pictures at lesbian couple’s commitment ceremony takes her battle for religious freedom to the Supreme Court | Daily Mail

Alliance Defending Freedom | Red State

Anti-Abortion Forces Reassess Their Tactics After Ballot Defeat in Albuquerque | NYT