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Recognition of SSM in federal marriage and fatherhood programs

Recognition of SSM in federal marriage and fatherhood programs

(by Stanley Carlson-Thies) In May, 2015, renewed federal funding for marriage-strengthening and for fatherhood-promoting programs was announced. The rules try to accommodate both traditional and…

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Care is vital in RFRA wordsmithing and advocacy

Care is vital in RFRA wordsmithing and advocacy

(by Chelsea Langston) In May, 2015, additional states are considering legislation to protect the exercise of individual and organizational religious freedom—state RFRAs and similar bills….

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SOGI Bills and Religious Freedom – shared marginalization can spur accommodation

SOGI Bills and Religious Freedom – shared marginalization can spur accommodation

by Chelsea Langston In mid-May, 2015, the Nebraska legislature tabled a workplace nondiscrimination bill to add sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) to the list…

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Supreme Court and SSM: What consequences for FBOs?

Supreme Court and SSM: What consequences for FBOs?

(by Stanley Carlson-Thies) At the US Supreme Court’s oral arguments on April 28, 2015, on whether same-sex marriage is a constitutional right, the federal government’s…

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Indiana’s RFRA

Nondiscrimination law: protecting LGBT persons or advancing certain views on human sexuality over others?

Public says religious businesses should not be forced to assist same-sex weddings

Faith-based organizations seek government respect for religious conviction in serving unaccompanied refugee children

Canadian Christian Law School Gets Encouraging News

Jeb Bush, Republicans, and Same-sex marriage

FBO Inclusion the Wrong Way in Ohio

District of Columbia Pushes Against Religious Freedom

The 114th Congress and Institutional Religious Freedom