The Supreme Court is being asked to uphold Virginia citizens' right to affirm marriage as between one man and one woman.
Houston residents are waiting to see if their lesbian mayor and their city attorney will abide by their wishes and stop blocking a controversial LGBT issue from going to the voters.
Louisiana will have to go through the same process as Texas and Mississippi to learn whether its new law for abortion clinics will stand.
Christian legal organizations are waiting to see if the latest outrage over ObamaCare revisions will bring genuine relief from the government, or if lawsuits will proceed to the Supreme Court.
Following a first-round loss, an appeal is planned to force Colorado to abide by its constitution as it relates to funding of abortions.
Attorneys plan to appeal a decision against some Christians who were demonstrating at an Arab Festival in Michigan.
California may be overstepping its legal bounds and violating religious beliefs with recent actions that put federal law and the Constitution at stake.
The University of South Alabama has revised its free speech policy, but not enough to avoid a lawsuit being filed against its restrictions.
Traditional marriage laws in Indiana and Wisconsin may be at risk judging by arguments before the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago.
In the aftermath of some 20 court decisions against state marriage laws and constitutional amendments, a constitutional law expert believes judicial boundaries have been violated.
The fight isn't over for a Tennessee teen placed in in-school suspension for responding with "Bless you" when a fellow student sneezed.
A magistrate must wade through a pile of requests for information before a trial can continue on restrictions on Baltimore pro-life pregnancy centers.
Atheists are challenging a Mississippi school board over religious expression, but a constitutional law expert says the atheists stand little chance at winning a lawsuit.
An expert on the Amish community says Wisconsin state government should leave them alone.
The Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has issued a ruling that workers at a home for the disabled must attend a Jehovah’s Witness worship service with patients who wish to attend.
Alliance Defending Freedom is racking up a record year in fighting for student and faculty rights on the nation's campuses.