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College soccer player: ‘Transgender’ sports policies violate women’s rights

A West Virginia college soccer player says that allowing only biological females to play women’s sports is a “women’s rights... Read more

Ninth Circuit favors Washington church in case against state abortion coverage mandate

A Washington church won its case against a state abortion coverage mandate on Thursday, in a ruling by a federal... Read more

Federal LGBT employment guidance ‘an outrageous overreach’ one lawyer says

Recent federal LGBT nondiscrimination guidance for employers goes far beyond the law, one legal and religious freedom expert told CNA. Read more

The European Parliament.

Soros and IPPF-funded EU parliamentarians aim to blacklist reputable Christian groups

The European Parliamentary Forum for Sexual and Reproductive Rights (EPF) a group of European parliamentarians committed to compel the recognition... Read more

June 4 rally in support of Tanner Cross, Loudoun County, Virginia

Court reinstates Virginia teacher suspended over transgender pronoun policy

A county court on Tuesday ruled that a Virginia teacher suspended for opposing a school transgender pronoun policy must be... Read more

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Newspaper edits opinion piece on transgender athletes to remove ‘hurtful language’ 

A religious liberty law firm says a major national newspaper edited a gender description in an opinion piece by one... Read more

Same-sex wedding cake.

Christian wedding planner challenges anti-discrimination law

An Evangelical Christian minister who runs a wedding business is challenging a county ordinance she says would require her to officiate... Read more

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Lawyers must call male runners 'trans females' in athletics lawsuit

Attorneys are calling for a federal judge to recuse himself from a transgender sports case, after the judge instructed that... Read more

Supreme Court of the United States.

Florist appeals to Supreme Court for second time over same-sex wedding case

A florist in Washington state sued for declining to serve a same-sex wedding is once again appealing her case to the U.S.... Read more

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Kentucky Supreme Court hears religious freedom case over LGBT shirts

Blaine Adamson, owner of the Lexington, Kentucky-based print shop Hands On Originals, was sued for declining to print T-shirts promoting... Read more

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HHS conscience rule essential for freedom say Catholic healthcare groups

Legal briefs filed Aug. 21 on behalf of four non-profit organizations, including the National Catholic Bioethics Center and the Catholic... Read more

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Christian filmmakers win right to sue against Minnesota human rights law

A federal court has reversed a decision dismissing a lawsuit brought against the Minnesota Human Rights Act.  Read more

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Department of Education will hear transgender track complaint

The U.S. Department of Education will hear a Title IX complaint brought by three female high school track athletes over... Read more

Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia speaks about the 2015 World Meeting of Families during a press conference at the Vatican Press Office, March 25, 2014.

'Never accept' separation of faith from political engagement, Chaput says

Christians are called to win the battle of ideas and values in secular society, Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput said Tuesday.  Read more

A student at Bethel Christian Academy. Courtesy of Alliance Defending Freedom.

Maryland Christian school sues after being evicted from voucher program

A Christian grade school in Maryland is filing a lawsuit after state officials denied its participation in a voucher program... Read more

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'Transgender' track rules violate Title IX, ADF says

The governing body for high school sports in Connecticut is facing a federal complaint after allowing male students to compete... Read more

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Catholic apple farmer sues over market ban

A farmer is suing the city of East Lansing, Michigan, after he was prohibited from selling organic apples at the... Read more

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Alaska mayor vetoes equal rights ordinance

City Ordinance 6093 would have provided protections against discrimination for those who identify as LGBTQ in employment, housing, and in... Read more

E. Barrett Prettyman Federal Courthouse, home to the US District Court for DC.

Court motions filed as atheist group sues for churches to file tax returns

The Alliance Defending Freedom has filed a motion to intervene after lawyers from the Freedom from Religion Foundation sued the... Read more

Cake artist Jack Phillips, owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood, Colorado.

Colorado baker back in court for declining gender transition cake

Less than three months after winning a Supreme Court case backing his religious freedom of expression, Colorado Christian cake artist... Read more