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Artists sue to protect religious, artistic freedoms from Phoenix ordinance

By Maria Baer
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Religious Liberty | The owners of a stationery art studio in Phoenix are suing the city over an ordinance they say could force them to create art that violates their religious…

Unequal protection

By Emily Belz
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Life | Assisted suicide advocates have pressed their cause in state legislatures this year, and now they’re trying to enlist the courts

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

Midday Roundup: New tax rules nix big pharma merger

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Big pharma breakup. Pharmaceutical companies Pfizer and Allergan canceled their much anticipated $160 billion merger today after the Obama administration…

North Carolina governor denounces outcry over transgender bill

By Evan Wilt
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Sexuality | Gov. Pat McCrory stands up to attacks from both inside and outside the state

Indiana adopts law to protect babies with Down syndrome from abortions

Indiana adopts law to protect babies with Down syndrome from abortions

By Evan Wilt
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Abortion | Indiana Gov. Mike Pence on Thursday signed a bill into law protecting babies from abortions based solely on genetic conditions such as Down syndrome. “When…

North Carolina flushes Charlotte’s transgender restroom policy

By Evan Wilt
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Sexuality | North Carolina legislators held an emergency session on Wednesday to overturn a Charlotte ordinance forcing businesses to allow transgender customers to use…

Massachusetts teachers unions support public restroom bill

By La Shawn Barber
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Sexuality | There’s a bill in the Massachusetts legislature that states: “Any public accommodation including without limitation any entity that offers the provision…

Disorder in Sharia courts

By Cal Thomas
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Islam | LONDON—Set aside for a moment the violent incidents associated with people claiming to act under the authority of their Islamic faith and consider instead…

Do-somethingism vs. the status quo

Do-somethingism vs. the status quo

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Religion | Let me confess something: I’m a little fed up with the thoughts-and-prayers meme, too. Not that there’s anything wrong with extending comfort to the…

Going to pot?

By Warren Cole Smith
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Law | As both the social costs of and tax revenue from legal marijuana explode, it becomes increasingly difficult to reverse direction

Season preview

By Emily Belz
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Supreme Court | The Supreme Court justices return to the field with a serious lineup of cases

 
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