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  • A federal appeals court has revived a lawsuit initiated by a couple that challenges a law that they feel forces them to violate their "Christian beliefs." Minnesota Circuit Court Allows “Christian Beliefs” Case to Advance 10/15/2019

    A federal appeals court in Minnesota recently revived a lawsuit initiated by a Minnesota couple that challenges a Minnesota state law requiring equal protection of the law for LGBT people in regards to services rendered. This law meant the couple might have to film same-sex weddings since they own a video production company. As a Read More

  • The Supreme Court is poised to hear a case that will address the question of whether states can be forced to provide religious funding with taxpayer money. Supreme Court Poised to Hear Landmark Religious Funding Case 10/11/2019

    In the case of Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue, the Supreme Court is poised to hear a case that will address the question of whether states can be forced to underwrite religious education with taxpayer funding. Although courts have previously allowed the government to adopt school-voucher programs that provide indirect government funding to religious Read More

  • A same-sex couple in Maryland recently initiated a federal lawsuit to challenge the US's refusal to recognize the citizenship of their daughter. Same-Sex Couples Initiates Lawsuit After Daughter Denied Citizenship 10/08/2019

    A same-sex couple in Maryland recently initiated a federal lawsuit to challenge the State Department’s refusal to recognize the United States citizenship of their daughter, who was born in Canada earlier this year through the use of a surrogate.  The lawsuit claims that a State Department policy discriminates against same-sex married couples and unlawfully treats Read More

  • Two student athletes in Washington initiated legal action against a sports association for forcing them to choose between their religion and their sport. Washington Student Athletes Advance Religious Liberty Rights 10/02/2019

    Unlike many other Christian-based beliefs, Seventh-Day Adventists attend church on Saturday and believe this day to be the holiest day of the week, rather than Sunday. In addition to going to church on Saturdays, Seventh-Day Adventists treat the day as a time of rest, which put two student athletes in a bind. In respect of Read More

  • The Dayton City Council recently adjourned in applause after the city passed an ordinance to protect LGBTQ individuals from discrimination. Dayton, Kentucky Becomes a “Cool City” 09/27/2019

    The Dayton City Council recently adjourned in applause after the city passed an ordinance to protect LGBTQ individuals. This ordinance includes a regulation that protects against discrimination based on a person’s gender identity or sexual orientation in issues of employment and housing. Unfortunately, the ordinance acknowledges some exceptions when a person is not required to Read More

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