Category Archives: Religious Freedom

Phoenix Artists Threatened With Jail Time If They Don’t Serve Gay Weddings

Phoenix Artists Threatened With Jail Time If They Don’t Serve Gay Weddings Leah Jessen / May 16, 2016 A lawsuit filed in Arizona claims a city ordinance forces local artists to use their talents to promote same-sex weddings and does not allow them to express freely their belief that marriage is between one man and one woman. Alliance Defending Freedom,… Read more »

NC Lt. Gov. Dan Forest – Calls Obama Administration’s Jim Crow Claim Shameful

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Exclusive: NC Lt. Gov. Dan Forest – Calls Obama Administration’s Jim Crow Claim Shameful Kelsey Harkness / May 11, 2016 RALEIGH, N.C. — Two days after North Carolina and the Justice Department announced dueling lawsuits, The Daily Signal sat down with Lt. Gov. Dan Forest. Forest, a Republican, called the Obama administration “shameful” for equating the state’s so-called bathroom bill… Read more »

Congressman Diane Black – transgender bathrooms, This Is Putting Our Students At Risk

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Congressman Diane Black – transgender bathrooms, This Is Putting Our Students At Risk News from Representative Black Contact Me Serving You Media Center Legislative Work Our District Resources This Is Putting Our Students At Risk Dear Friends, From executive amnesty, to unilateral gun control, the Obama Administration has never been one to let the Constitutional separation of powers stand in… Read more »

TEXAS – Battle Over Transgender Bathroom Policy Rages On

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The Brief: TEXAS – Battle Over Transgender Bathroom Policy Rages On by Madlin Mekelburg and John Reynolds, The Texas Tribune May 11, 2016 The Big Conversation Supporters of a newly adopted bathroom policy aimed at accommodating transgender students in Fort Worth ISD accused Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick of expressing “fake outrage” in an effort to score political points. Patrick called… Read more »

UNC Students Fight Back Against Obama Administration Bathroom Lawsuit

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“Our first responsibility as a university is to serve our students, faculty, and staff and provide a welcoming and safe place for all,” Spellings said in a written statement. “The university takes its obligation to comply with federal non-discrimination laws very seriously. We also must adhere to laws duly enacted by the state’s General Assembly and governor, however. HB2 remains the law of the state, and the university has no independent power to change that legal reality.”