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School Vouchers:  A North Carolina win, a Colorado defeat, maybe a Supreme Court victory?

School Vouchers: A North Carolina win, a Colorado defeat, maybe a Supreme Court victory?

Chelsea Langston In late July, 2015, the North Carolina Supreme Court upheld the state’s school voucher program.  Just a month earlier, the Colorado Supreme Court…

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Will Congress protect the non-profit status of religious schools?

Will Congress protect the non-profit status of religious schools?

by Stanley Carlson-Thies Will Congress act to ensure that religious schools do not lose their non-profit status if they maintain the belief in man-woman marriage? …

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States bolster religious freedom after Supreme Court same-sex marriage decision

States bolster religious freedom after Supreme Court same-sex marriage decision

by Stanley Carlson-Thies The Supreme Court’s Obergefell decision requires states to allow same-sex couples to marry.  Churches and ministers will not be required to conduct…

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Circle still not squared: more HHS contraceptives mandate final rules and another appeal to the Supreme Court

Circle still not squared: more HHS contraceptives mandate final rules and another appeal to the Supreme Court

by Stanley Carlson-Thies On July 10, 2015, the federal government published yet another set of regulations concerning the HHS contraceptives mandate, intended to comply with the requirement…

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Civil Rights For All

Faith-based Organizations After the Supreme Court’s Same-Sex Marriage Decision

Supreme Court, Marriage Equality, FBOs

New Michigan Adoption Laws Promote Adoptions by Protecting Faith-based Agencies

Recognition of SSM in federal marriage and fatherhood programs

Care is vital in RFRA wordsmithing and advocacy

SOGI Bills and Religious Freedom – shared marginalization can spur accommodation

The Supreme Court, SSM, and religious freedom: coming right up!

Gordon College’s accreditation not at risk

RHYA Senate vote: Good start but more work needed to safeguard both providers and at-risk youth

Indiana’s RFRA

FBO leaders to Senate: Don’t exclude us from grant programs