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2011 (By Year)
A Penn. push for parental involvement rights
Pennsylvania's Supreme Court is considering a crucial decision for parental involvement, specifically in cases where their underage daughters are considering abortion.
Calif. welfare code: Homosexuality inborn
A Christian social worker is taking exception to a new California law that declares homosexuals are "born gay."
Exempt info says more about mayor's support
A Christian attorney says Mayor Michael Bloomberg's office has refused to hand over important documents that reveal his inappropriate involvement with developers of the proposed "9/11 mosque" in New York City.
Truancy law possibly treading on privacy?
A Christian educator in California says the state's new truancy law may cross the lines of privacy.
Putting road blocks on trafficking
As a new California law will enforce stricter punishment on sex offenders, an expert on human trafficking says it's about time the state protects victims rather than criminals.
Pro-lifer defended for alleged disorderly conduct
The Thomas More Society is going to the legal rescue of a Milwaukee pro-life prayer warrior who was wrongfully arrested.
Redefining marriage at issue in England
Though liberal-leaning, England is fighting the effort of homosexual activists who are trying to get the European Court of Human Rights to force homosexual "marriage" on the country.
What goes around, comes around...
A federal district court in North Carolina has dismissed a case filed by a middle-school teacher who claims she was transferred to another school because she refused to apologize for the manner in which she handled a class discussion on evolution.
Unfavorable ruling not end of memorial battle
Though the Ninth Circuit has ruled San Diego's Mt. Soledad cross is unconstitutional, one Christian attorney says this latest decision doesn't bring the case to a close. Story contains results from Wednesday's poll
9th Circuit to weigh in on 'objective study of the Bible'
The ongoing fight over whether the Bible and other religious texts should be allowed in Idaho's classrooms is about to go before the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Will EPA's deference cloud court's judgment?
Though he agrees with the oil refineries, an energy policy analyst says the trade groups have a tough case to make against the EPA in their lawsuit concerning ethanol blends.
Restaurant chain drops infringement claim
IHOP is dropping its lawsuit against the International House of Prayer.
Question: Can elected officials nullify people's voice?
A federal appeals court has asked California's Supreme Court to revisit one aspect of the Proposition 8 case.
County won't give blogger seal of approval
The Rutherford Institute is defending a Virginia blogger in a dispute stemming from his use of a county seal.
Attorney: Muslims a 'protected class'
A Florida attorney says the misconduct complaint filed against him is a frivolous motion from a disgruntled opposing lawyer for his legal representation of a Christian who converted from Islam.
City won't allow Tree of Life to take root
A Christian school is suing the city of Upper Arlington for refusing to grant it a permit to use its own new building.
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