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2009 (By Year)
Legal residents take a housing backseat to illegals
Untold thousands of illegal immigrants live in public housing at a time when hundreds of thousands of citizens and legal residents are stuck waiting years for a spot.
California updates child abuse register
The Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is helping Californians who are on a child abusers list but claim they are innocent.
Louisiana forced to recognize same-sex adoption
Two California homosexuals have won a federal lawsuit, allowing both their names to be on their adopted son's Louisiana birth certificate.
Exposed abortion provider urged to abandon 'secrecy'
Planned Parenthood of Indiana has been asked to release juvenile-related records to a grand jury.
Lawsuit targets NYT's 'sleazy insinuations'
A media watchdog believes a $27 million defamation lawsuit filed against the New York Times further discredits a front-page story the newspaper published in February suggesting Arizona Senator John McCain had an illicit affair with a female telecom lobbyist.
Abortion clinic director sued for concealing rape, incest
The former director of education and training for Ohio Planned Parenthood clinics is now in Boise, Idaho, and is being monitored closely by pro-life groups.
ACLU challenges Arkansas adoption law
The ACLU has filed a lawsuit to challenge a new Arkansas law that prevents unmarried couples who live together from being adoptive or foster parents.
Church protected from abuse accusations
The U.S. Supreme Court is being asked to review the case of a Colleyville, Texas, woman who claims a church exorcism left her emotionally scarred.
A level playing field for religious literature
An Arizona high school is providing equal treatment for Christian flyers advertising extracurricular activities.
Christian school at odds with expelled lesbian students
A lawsuit threatening religious freedom has reached a California courtroom.
Conservative Episcopals lose property in court battle
Faith McConnell, an official with the Institute on Religion & Democracy, finds it unfortunate that California's highest court has sided with the Episcopal Church in a property dispute.
Traditional marriage under attack in Wisconsin...again
Another challenge to the Wisconsin marriage amendment is going to court.
Military no place for Christianity, lawsuit claims
A former evangelical Navy chaplain says it's crazy that an anti-Christian group is suing Secretary of Defense Robert Gates and the Department of Defense for including the value of Christianity in an Army manual dealing with suicide prevention.
Houston cracks down on local strip clubs
Houston is having success in enforcing city ordinances against adult businesses.
Pro-marriage supporters face threats in California
Supporters of the ballot measure that banned same-sex "marriage" in California have filed a lawsuit seeking to block their campaign finance records from public view, saying the reports have led to the harassment of donors.
Hospital could force staff to 'dismember preborn babies'
A legal alliance of Christian attorneys is taking University of Wisconsin hospitals to task on second-trimester abortions.
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