Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder signs controversial religious objection adoption bills

Lawmakers send faith-based adoption bills to governor

Michigan approves bills that allow adoption agencies to refuse service based on sexual orientation and religion

Michigan adoption agencies may soon be allowed to refuse some applicants applicants on religious grounds

Michigan Senate panel OKs bills on adoption and religion

Ducey: Arizona same-sex couples can again adopt, foster together

When orphan care goes bad: Russell Moore on why adoption is not for everyone

‘The Drop Box,’ where disabled babies go to live

How Congress can protect adoption, foster care agencies who want mom, dad for kids

Bishops push for religious freedom protections in adoption, foster care

Bill prevents discrimination against religious organizations offering welfare services

The Dropbox: An incredible story of sacrifice and rescue

Adopting beauty and dignity

Bill would allow adoption denials for religious beliefs

‘The Drop Box’ delivers complexity of orphan care to theaters

The tension at the heart of adoption

Dad refuses to give up newborn son with Down syndrome

Couple refuses to destroy embryos and places them up for adoption; helps give children to two families

Planned Parenthood performed 174 abortions for every adoption referral in 2014

RC cuts ties with agency over same-sex couple adoption ruling

Excuse me, my baby is the wrong color: The commodification of children

What I learned when my children fell apart in front of me

The new focus on children’s rights

Children as consumer items: same-sex marriage won’t help us build a culture of life

    National Review: The fortunes of the main branches of American social conservatism are rapidly diverging. On the one hand, we are riding a wave of pro-life legislation sweeping across the nation. Dozens of pro-life laws have been passed in the states in just the past few years, and pro-life sentiment, especially among young people, is hovering around an all-time high. On the other hand, in the wake of United States v. Windsor, it seems that every week another state’s definition of marriage is being overturned by state or federal courts. Our cultural consensus in favor of the traditional definition of marriage has collapsed — most precipitously among young people.

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Daughter of mentally challenged Reno woman who was almost forced to abort adopted by grandparents

Elisa Bauer abortion: Daughter of mentally disabled woman successfully adopted by parents

Protecting the religious liberty of adoption and foster care providers

The government should stop discriminating against religious adoption agencies

Utah Supreme Court halts same-sex adoption cases

Malta President signs Civil Unions Bill

Wisconsin passes law to curb private custody transfers of children

Illegal surrogacy shouldn’t block adoption by same-sex spouse, NY court determines

Malta legalizes same-sex civil unions, adoptions

Utah asks appeals court to block judge’s orders in adoption cases

“Gay marriage first in Tenn.: Woman listed as father on birth certificate” | Chicago Tribune

Utah governor signs bill to beef up adoption rules

Maltese president refuses to sign civil unions, same-sex adoption bill

Ohio couple drops lawsuit over marriage amendment

Michigan won’t recognize same-sex “marriages”

Michigan AG: Defending traditional marriage is defending the state constitution

6th Circuit panel extends freeze on Michigan same-sex “marriages”

“What Judge Friedman learned about gay families from a lesbian law clerk”

Legal questions abound over same-sex “marriages” in Michigan

6th Circuit stays Michigan marriage ruling

Federal judge strikes down Michigan marriage amendment

Federal judge could rule today in Michigan same-sex “marriage,” adoption case

Scottish charity regulator will not appeal ruling in favor of Catholic adoption society

Judge: Michigan marriage ruling within two weeks

Fate of Michigan marriage amendment now rests with federal judge

Mark Regnerus testifies in Michigan marriage case

Same-sex couples claim Utah AG wrongly intervening in adoption cases

Croatian Parliament debates “life partnership” bill

Utah tells judges to reject adoption petitions filed by same-sex couples

Pro-family leaders defend true marriage against lawsuits in Oklahoma and Michigan | LifeSiteNews

Trial may redefine Michigan’s marriage amendment, adoption laws

German court rules against allowing same-sex couples to adopt

India Supreme Court: Religion no bar for adoption

Scottish adoption row: a victory that should not disguise major concerns

Russia: Singles from countries where same-sex “marriage” legal not allowed to adopt

Fathers sue Utah over law allowing mothers to secretly give up babies for adoption

    FOX News: “A dozen men are suing the state of Utah in federal court because of a law that allows mothers to put their babies up for adoption without the biological father’s consent, or sometimes even knowledge. The civil rights lawsuit claims the Utah Adoption Act has resulted in what amounts to ‘legalized fraud and kidnapping.’”

  • Posted: 02/14/2014
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Louisiana: “Same-sex couple clear adoption hurdle”

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

“Idaho Supreme Court sides with Boise lesbian couple in adoption case”

Scottish Catholic adoption society wins legal victory

Judge denies adoption to avoid undermining N.Y. same-sex “marriage” law

“Search for sex ed program predictably riles East Valley parents” | Ahwatukee Foothills News

Heritage Report: Adoption, foster care, and conscience protection

President Obama’s policies undercut importance of fatherhood

NY: Couple who are just friends allowed to adopt, judge says in landmark ruling

Texas attorney general uses funds from pro-life license plates to promote adoption

“Anti-religious rhetoric” putting off religious couples from adopting

Adoption is the Answer to Child Abuse, Not Abortion