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Maryland abortion doctors charged with murder
Authorities say two doctors accused of performing late-term abortions in Maryland have been arrested and charged with murder, but according to a pro-life activist, one is still in business.
Another school taking stand for religious liberty
A Christian college has joined the fight to challenge the Obama administration's healthcare mandate that schools must violate church teachings against contraception.
Immigration policy confused for law
South Carolina is latest state to be attacked by the Obama administration for passing a law aimed at stemming the tide of illegal immigration, and an advocate for immigration reform is disappointed that a federal judge has given in to the president's political priorities.
No oversight of marijuana problem
An anti-drug advocate is concerned that California's governor isn't correctly overseeing the state's medical marijuana industry.
No water for 'novelty' store
A Missouri city wants an adult business to shut down, and it is taking a unique approach to entice the shop owner to do so.
Charter school rejected because of applicant's faith
A California attorney says a city's move to stop a pastor from starting a charter school is another method to prevent people of faith from getting involved.
Court turns deaf ear to anti-Semitism
Terrorism expert and Islamic watchdog Robert Spencer isn't surprised a court has ruled to reject the claims of anti-Semitism at the University of California, Berkeley.
Judicial bypass isn't 'rubber stamp for abortion'
A local pro-lifer is pleased with what the Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently ruled on the state's judicial bypass law.
High court asked to review 'candy cane' decision
Liberty Institute has appealed to the Supreme Court to review the Fifth Circuit's decision in a case that has come to symbolize what many are calling "the war on Christmas."
Suit seeks to oust state from marriage battle
If a lawsuit described by family advocates as "frivolous" is successful, it could have dire consequences on the definition of marriage in The Tar Heel State.
Court: Acting like a parent means you are one
A conservative attorney says California courts are redefining the definition of "parents" and replacing the traditional role with "de facto" parents.
Pro-life nurses win major court battle
Twelve nurses who sued one of the state's largest hospitals after claiming they were forced to assist in abortions over their religious and moral objections reached a deal Thursday with their employer in federal court.
Pro-lifer's FACE violation questioned
A Denver pro-lifer has gained the support of a legal group that believes he's being targeted by the U.S. attorney general simply because of where he stands on the issue.
Court calls for evenhanded 'bubble zone' enforcement
A pro-life attorney is commenting on the latest court review of Oakland, California's ordinance that limits pro-life picketing at abortion centers.
Christian club recognized in NY school district
A Christian club at a public school in New York’s Long Island has finally won the right to be officially recognized and afforded the rights and benefits of a nonreligious group.
Court protects citizens' 1st Amendment rights
A federal court has told Duluth, Minnesota, not to censor Christians in a public park.
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