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2012 (By Year)
Secret to keeping Christianity in schools
Public schools were under the constant attack of anti-Christian forces last year, but as attorney Mat Staver reports, many of those forces were successfully defeated through legal processes.
Hawaiian churches denied exemption
One attorney deems it "unfortunate" that a court in Hawaii has refused to exempt churches from being forced to allow their property to be used for civil union ceremonies.
Pro-life group fights forced abortion
A pregnant Texas girl is awaiting a court hearing to determine whether she will be forced to abort her unborn baby.
Standing tough against atheists
Warren, Michigan, will have its day in federal court in 2012 after the town was accused of not allowing an atheist organization to post its display next to a creche during the holiday season.
Court ruling aids 'dumbing down'
The Alliance Defense Fund is petitioning the U.S. Supreme Court to review Idaho's ban on the use of books deemed "religious," even if they are the classics of Western civilization.
Confidential settlement suspicious
An abortion facility shut down by the state of Illinois is now free to resume taking the lives of unborn babies.
Operation Rescue: Abortionist can't be trusted
A co-defendant in a Maryland abortion clinic murder case has a court hearing Monday, and one pro-lifer doesn't think she can be trusted.
Abortion doctor accused of murder returning to MD
A New Jersey doctor charged with 10 counts of murder for providing late-term abortions in Maryland has agreed to return to that state to face charges.
High court to decide on FCC's authority
A spokesman for the Parents Television Council details what is at stake as the issue of broadcast indecency goes to the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday.
'Gay' rights ... or business-owner rights?
A bed and breakfast in Illinois currently under attack by a homosexual couple is now getting aid from Alliance Defense Fund.
Supreme Court's opinion on Camp Pendleton crosses
A California attorney thinks the Supreme Court should weigh in on a case involving the display of crosses honoring four U.S. Marines who died in battle.
Religious event brings challenge to funding policy
The American Civil Liberties Union is threatening a West Virginia county for its role in an annual "Jesus Fest," but a civil liberties law firm is confident the county's involvement is completely legal.
Calculated eviction of churches?
As New York's legislative session gets under way, the issue of where churches are allowed to hold services remains unresolved.
Hoping to bring Veronica home
A court battle continues over a two-year-old girl who was taken from her adoptive parents under a little-used federal law.
To obey, or not to obey? That is the confusion ...
A legal group says by penalizing a California hospital, the Justice Department is prohibiting employers from ensuring they obey immigration laws.
$30,000 bail 'an outrage'
As the two are both charged with murder in connection with late-term abortions, a co-defendant of abortionist Steven Chase Brigham will be returned to Maryland to stand trial.
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