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What Will the Supreme Court Say About Same-sex Marriage?

What Will the Supreme Court Say About Same-sex Marriage?

Stanley Carlson-Thies  On June 29 or 30, most likely, the US Supreme Court will issue a ruling in the same-sex marriage cases that are grouped…

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

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

Chelsea Langston On June 11, 2015, Michigan’s Governor Rick Snyder signed into law three bills that advance the state’s objective of placing as many children…

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Free to Serve:  Protecting the Religious Freedom of Faith-Based Organizations

Free to Serve:  Protecting the Religious Freedom of Faith-Based Organizations

Coming in October, 2015, from Brazos Press:  Steven Monsma and Stanley Carlson-Thies, Free to Serve:  Protecting the Religious Freedom of Faith-Based Organizations. From the publisher’s…

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Can Federal Contractors Continue to Staff on a Religious Basis?  Two briefings.

Can Federal Contractors Continue to Staff on a Religious Basis?  Two briefings.

Stanley Carlson-Thies  On June 17-18, 2015, Carl Esbeck of the University of Missouri Law School presented two Washington DC briefings on the right of religious…

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