Court Rulings

Christian women's shelter won't be forced to admit trans-identified males, federal judge rules

"... a federal judge ruled this week that the city of Anchorage, Alaska’s nondiscrimination ordinance barring LGBT discrimination does not force a Christian battered women’s shelter to admit trans-identified biological males." - CPost

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How Eagle Feathers and Copper Mines Might Alter Your Religious Liberty

"The primary reason to support religious freedom for all people is because it’s the right thing to do. If we believe that Jesus is the Way, the Truth, and the Life, then we want a public square in which we can speak openly to people’s minds and hearts and consciences." - CToday

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Va. Supreme Court upholds reinstatement of Christian teacher who opposed trans pronoun policy

"In an order issued Monday, the Virginia Supreme Court granted an appeal to review the merits of a lower court decision in favor of elementary school teacher Byron Tanner Cross and agreed to keep an injunction reinstating the teacher in place." - CPost

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Indiana law requiring clinics to report abortion complications upheld by 7th Circuit

"Pro-life groups and conservative politicians are cheering after a federal court of appeals upholding part of an Indiana law requiring abortion facilities to report any complications from abortions taking place at their clinics to the state." - C.Post

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