D.C. mayor signs bills curtailing religious freedom of Catholic schools, colleges

Congress can fix new D.C. bills that force pro-life groups to pay for abortion, religious schools to violate beliefs

Discrimination or Intellectual-Lite?

Federal judge rules existing civil rights law includes “sexual orientation discrimination”

House Judiciary rejects D.C. exemption to abortion bill

Obama Nominates Two to D.C. Superior Court

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Four Senior Judges Up for Reappointment in DC Courts

Only Five Obamacare Enrollees in Washington, D.C.

Contraceptive Mandate Challenge Transferred From D.C. to Michigan Federal Court

Eleven Lawyers, Judges Vie for D.C. Court of Appeals Seat

Toppled Ten Commandments back in place near Supreme Court

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Vouchers Can Help Kids and Big-City Politicians

DC delays key pieces of ObamaCare exchange

10 Commandments Monument Toppled In Washington

Washington Sees Incomes Soar as Most of U.S. Declines

Advocates target NC marriage law

Muslim rally vastly outnumbered by bikers, counterprotesters

No permit, but bikers plan D.C. ride to protest Muslim 9/11 march

Washington D.C. Wants 24-Hour Wait for Tattoos, Piercings But No Abortion Limits

Ex-gay gospel singer removed from MLK concert

Lincoln Memorial vandalized with green paint

House panel advances D.C. bill with funding cuts, abortion rules

Magistrate Judge Nominated for D.C. Superior Court Seat

Prayer service for marriage redefinition at National Cathedral

Austin R. Nimocks speaks at the Tea Party Patriots “Audit the IRS Rally”

Tea Party plans massive protest of IRS on Capitol Hill

Judge’s New Job Opens Seat on D.C. Federal Court

DC: Humanist Group Applauds Committee’s Approval of Marriage Officiant Bill, But Sees Room for Improvement

US high school allows Muslims time for prayer if they earn good grades

Canon Law Case Against Georgetown Submitted to Cardinal Wuerl

Rep. Trent Franks introduces D.C. abortion bill

Norton fires warning shot against impending DC abortion bill

Students seek priest’s ouster from George Washington U. for stance on homosexuality

Jackson Confirmed as D.C. Federal Court Judge

Proposed budget amendment targets DC abortions

Nominating Commission Accepting Applications for D.C. Federal Court Vacancy

“D.C. Announces Partnership with Gay, Lesbian & Transgender Community”

Hundreds of Thousands Gather for Record-Breaking March for Life

Tree-climbing anti-abortion activist banned from D.C.

Obama Starts Inauguration Day With Visit To Church

National Cathedral’s same-sex marriage decision renews old debate, but doesn’t end it

How Bancroft Became Conservatives’ Law Firm of Choice for Hot-Button Cases

New law school dean at Catholic U.

Forced unionism is rearing its ugly head in D.C.

D.C. teachers union wants to unionize city’s charter schools

FCC orders TV station to air anti-abortion activist Randall Terry’s campaign ads

FRC Shooter Receives First-ever Domestic Terrorism Indictment In DC | Ken Klukowski at Breitbart

Women sue Pentagon over combat exclusion

“Gay Former Employee of Library of Congress Sues For Discrimination”

Three D.C. Senior Judges Up for Review

Democrats Prevent House Passage of D.C. Late-Term Abortion Ban

House tees up charged debate over DC abortion restrictions

Calling it ‘hate chicken,’ DC mayor opposes expansion of Chick-fil-A

Pro-Lifers Push to Ban Late-Term Abortions in Nation’s Capital

    John McCormack at the Weekly Standard: The Washington Surgi-Clinic, located just five blocks west of the White House, advertises on its website that it performs abortions 26 weeks (6 months) into pregnancy. The website of another clinic advertises second- and third-trimester abortions involving the “intercardiac injection of medication into the fetal heart” at a “private facility in the Washington, D.C. area.” All of this is perfectly legal. Abortions may be performed in the nation’s capital for any reason during all nine months of pregnancy. But a bill passed by the House Judiciary Committee last week would curb D.C.’s abortion-until-birth policy by putting a limit on abortions at 20 weeks after fertilization, when science suggests an unborn child can feel pain. And national grassroots pro-life groups are making a strong push to bring the bill to the House floor.

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Action Needed to Stop Unlimited Abortions in Nation’s Capital

Abortion Back On The Front Burner For Congress

Court dismisses Belmont Abbey College challenge to the Obamacare mandate

“House Panel OKs Bill to Stop Unlimited Abortions in Nation’s Capital”

Formal complaint seeks disbarment of Eric Holder in DC

GOP Senator Blocking D.C. Superior Court Judicial Nominee

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D.C. School Vouchers To Continue For Another Year Under Agreement Between Administration and Congressional Backers

House panel approves District funding, continues abortion spending ban

White House agrees to continue funding DC private-school voucher program

D.C. Commission Announces 17 Applicants for Superior Court Vacancy

House Republican to introduce anti-abortion-rights bill targeting District

Protesters to descend on Rep. Trent Franks’s office over late-term abortion ban