Washington D.C. passes bill to force pro-life groups to hire abortion activists

DC Council votes in support of forcing abortion coverage

D.C. passes bill that could force pro-life organizations to pay for abortion coverage

Wash. grandmother’s religious freedom, livelihood at stake

D.C. considers bill that could force pro-life organizations to pay for abortion coverage

ADF: DC Council should abandon bill that forces pro-life groups to pay for abortions

Cromnibus gives $35 M to UN Population Fund, continues tax subsidies for abortions

$1 trillion Cromnibus bill includes victories, losses for pro-life movement

Floral Quarrel: AG threatens to close shop over marriage

Washington florist who declined to make arrangements for a same-sex wedding may lose her business, personal assets

Florist who refused to provide flowers for same-sex ceremony sued by state

Flower shop in court over same sex wedding case

Case against Richland florist who wouldn’t provide flowers for same-sex wedding moves ahead

Same-sex wedding florist case in Kennewick court

State AG targets Wash. grandmother’s religious freedom and personal assets

DC government delays vote on bill mandating abortion coverage

D.C. nondiscrimination bill vote delayed

DC Council delays vote on bill forcing religious non-profits to pay for abortions

ADF: DC gov’t shouldn’t force pro-life employers to pay for elective abortions

Sale of abortifacients: Court case pits pharmacists against state

Plan B contraceptive sales violate religious beliefs, Washington pharmacists argue in federal court

ADF argues govt shouldn’t force Christian pharmacists to dispense abortion-inducing drugs

ADF: Govt shouldn’t force Christian pharmacists to dispense abortion-inducing drugs

Christian florist may lose home in battle over same-sex wedding arrangements

Beyond Brittany Maynard: Who is choosing to ‘die with dignity’?

I lost my daughter to suicide: A nurse’s response to Brittany Maynard’s campaign for assisted suicide

US conservatives fight for religious freedom

Kennewick city councilman wants to start meetings with prayer to Christian God

Wash. state city councilman demands all prayers be directed to Christian God

Hobby Lobby win breathes life into pharmacist case

US Supreme Court win supports Wash. pharmacist case

Washington council votes to display ‘In God We Trust’ motto amid controversy

Same-sex marriage stirs backlash as businesses assert religion

Planned Parenthood abortion biz closes centers in Oregon and Washington

Judge refuses to toss suit against Catholic school that fired teacher for ‘marrying’ gay partner

Four things you need to know about Barronelle Stutzman’s story

Washington Supreme Court says anti-discrimination law requires reasonable accommodation of religious beliefs

Bellingham targets tax break for religious hospitals

New Washington state Supreme Court Justice has extensive religious background

St. Joseph Medical Center could lose religious tax-exempt status

WA: Appeals court upholds religious restrictions as to children in divorce case

Conservative Jim Johnson will retire from Washington Supreme Court

    Seattle Post-Intelligencer: “State Supreme Court Justice Jim Johnson, the high court’s lone outspoken conservative, announced Monday that he will retire from the court on April 30. Johnson has been absent, due to illness, for much of the court’s current term. Once a top aide to then-Attorney General Slade Gorton, he is serving his second term on the high court and would have been up for reelection in 2016.”

  • Posted: 03/18/2014
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State employees, students could take off religious holidays under Wash. bill

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Washington to convert domestic partnerships into “marriages”

Washington Supreme Court limits religious non-profits’ anti-discrimination exemption

Washington House passes bill requiring abortion insurance

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Catholic school CEO resigns over ousting “gay” administrator

Washington Democrats propose bill to mandate elective abortion coverage | Live Action

Michael Norton on WA state abortion coverage mandate | KIV (audio)

Abortion rights: Supreme Court leaves rejection of Arizona law in place (+video) | Christian Science Monitor

WA Democrats renew push on abortion insurance bill | AP

Washington taxpayer appeals dismissal of case against Planned Parenthood | Live Action News

Breathing new life into fraud case against Planned Parenthood | One News Now

Court Should Hear How Planned Parenthood Defrauded Washington of $377 Million | LifeNews

Courts should hear taxpayer’s fraud allegations against Planned Parenthood | Alliance Defending Freedom

Nonprofit Gets a Break on Discovery Dispute Costs | Courthouse News Service

Benton: Investigate Planned Parenthood | The Columbian

Gonzaga Drops Direct Contraceptive Coverage, Still Complies with HHS Mandate

Couple Wins $50M in Biggest “Wrongful Birth” Suit, Doc Didn’t Suggest Aborting Disabled Baby

Washington Has Enrolled Almost Nine Times as Many People in Medicaid as in Private Plans

“Gay Weddings 17 Percent Of Washington Marriages” | AP

“Americans United Warns Washington County Council Not To Give Tax Aid To Christian Fundamentalist Group”