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2011 (By Year)

    • Dec. 30
      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.
    • Dec. 30
      A Christian college has joined the fight to challenge the Obama administration's healthcare mandate that schools must violate church teachings against contraception.
    • Dec. 29
      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.
    • Dec. 29
      An anti-drug advocate is concerned that California's governor isn't correctly overseeing the state's medical marijuana industry.
    • Dec. 29
      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.
    • Dec. 29
      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.
    • Dec. 28
      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.
    • Dec. 28
      A local pro-lifer is pleased with what the Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently ruled on the state's judicial bypass law.
    • Dec. 27
      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."
    • Dec. 27
      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.
    • Dec. 27
      A conservative attorney says California courts are redefining the definition of "parents" and replacing the traditional role with "de facto" parents.
    • Dec. 23
      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.  
    • Dec. 22
      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.
    • Dec. 22
      A pro-life attorney is commenting on the latest court review of Oakland, California's ordinance that limits pro-life picketing at abortion centers.
    • Dec. 21
      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.
    • Dec. 21
      A federal court has told Duluth, Minnesota, not to censor Christians in a public park.