Courts

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Iowa high court admits preborn children have rights

By Bob Brown
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Courts | On Friday, the Iowa Supreme Court ruled a child not yet born at the time of a parent’s death can still be awarded damages for wrongful loss of parental…

ACLU sues Mississippi over law protecting freedom of religion, conscience

By Samantha Gobba
Posted

Religious Liberty | A Mississippi law set to take effect July 1 to protect business owners who believe marriage should be between one man and one woman is now under attack from…

Justice Department sues North Carolina to strike down HB2

By Evan Wilt
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Transgenderism | Earlier today, the state filed its own suit against the Obama administration’s attempt to redefine ‘sex’

Families sue government for redefining Title IX

By Lynde Langdon
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Transgenderism | Illinois parents say the Obama administration had no legal right to equate gender identity with biological sex

Colorado woman gets 100 years for cutting baby from mother’s womb

By Leigh Jones
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Crime | A Colorado jury has sentenced the woman who killed a baby by cutting her from her mother’s womb to 100 years in prison. Dynel Lane, 36, received the maximum…

Highest military court considers limits of religious liberty in uniform

By Michael Cochrane
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Religious Liberty | The military’s highest court, the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (CAAF), heard oral arguments Wednesday in a case that could determine the future…

Dennis Hastert sentenced to 15 months in prison

By Leigh Jones
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Crime | A Chicago judge today sentenced former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert to 15 months in prison after describing him as a “serial child molester.” Hastert…

Midday Roundup: Federal judge upholds North Carolina voter ID law

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Legal limits. A federal judge ruled yesterday that North Carolina’s law requiring voters to show a picture ID at the polls is constitutional. “In sum,

Christian baker loses appeal in same-sex wedding cake case

By Kiley Crossland
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Religious Liberty | Jack Philips and his attorneys evaluate legal options—including taking the case to the U.S. Supreme Court

Doctor-pastor sues Georgia after sermons cost him new job

By Samantha Gobba
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Religious Liberty | A public health expert and Seventh-Day Adventist preacher who lost a job offer from the State of Georgia over sermons posted to YouTube is suing for…

Court backs choose-your-own-restroom policy

By Lynde Langdon
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Transgenderism | Federal appeals court rules high school discriminated against transgender student with restroom policy

Identity crisis

By Sophia Lee
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Adoption | A law meant to protect Native American children is instead tearing them away from the only families they have known

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