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Abortion clinic workers cautioned not to conceal crimes
Abortion clinic workers who violate state laws could be in danger of losing more than their jobs.
Atheist rips into presidential oath
Avowed atheist Michael Newdow, infamous for his attacks against references to God in the Pledge of Allegiance and the national motto, now wants to remove all religious references from Barack Obama's inauguration.
Being annoying could become costly
Brighton, Michigan, apparently wants to stop "annoying" free speech.
Lesbian couple wins suit against Methodist camp
The Methodist Church has lost a round over homosexual unions.
Pharmacists sue IL governor over right of conscience
Illinois pharmacists have been granted legal permission to challenge Governor Rod Blagojevich's executive order that forces them to dispense "emergency contraception" against their wills.
'Viewpoint discrimination' cited in university funds distribution
The Christian Legal Society has sued Boise State University in federal court over funding discrimination.
Is Cleveland violating its own state constitution?
Cleveland, Ohio, has adopted a domestic partner registry that is raising some legal questions.
Indiana Planned Parenthood under investigation
A probe is under way of an Indiana Planned Parenthood after an undercover video revealed alleged criminal actions.
Christian employee refuses to secularize Christmas, gets fired
A squabble over a Christmas greeting has gotten a Florida woman fired.
ACLU 'emboldened' in prayer lawsuits
Forsyth County, North Carolina, is defending specifically Christian prayer at its board meetings.
Another town faces a nativity scene lawsuit
The Freedom From Religion Foundation is threatening to sue a small Wisconsin town over a nativity scene on public property.
Planned Parenthood investigation called for in Indiana
An Indiana state representative wants a full-fledged investigation of Planned Parenthood facilities in that state.
Ft. Dix conspiracy verdict 'good news'
A Pentagon advisor and senior Army strategist says it's good news that a federal jury has found five Muslim immigrants guilty of conspiring to kill U.S. soldiers at Fort Dix and other military sites in 2007.
Calif. AG reneges, argues against marriage amendment
California's Attorney General Jerry Brown has done an about face on Proposition 8 supporters. He will now support homosexual "marriage" before the state Supreme Court.
California Attorney-General turns against Prop 8
California's attorney general has changed his position on the state's new same-sex marriage ban and is now joining forces with homosexual activists to overturn the results of Proposition 8.
'Licensing' morality out of the law
Could lawyers be thrown out of the profession based on their religious conviction against homosexuality?
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