Legal-Courts



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  • January 12, 2021
    Chris Woodward

    ADF facing off against abortion groups in NC case

    gavel with stethoscopeAbortion advocates are asking a North Carolina court to overturn abortion regulations in the state but an attorney fighting the groups says The Tar Heel State is protecting women, not just regulating abortion.

  • January 07, 2021
    Chris Woodward

    Federal appeals court rules against abortion limits

    gavel with stethoscopeA federal appeals court has agreed with halting abortion regulations in Arkansas but an organization in the state remains optimistic the state laws will eventually be upheld.

  • January 06, 2021
    Chris Woodward

    Christian school wins legal right to remain open

    gavel with Bible 2A private Christian school is celebrating a legal victory in Ohio, where it clashed with the county health department that was imposing mandatory closures due to COVID-19.

  • January 05, 2021
    Chad Groening, Billy Davis

    Under pressure to help Trump, what will Pence do?

    Pence and Trump on coronavirusUnder pressure to help President Trump remain in the White House, Vice President Mike Pence will find himself in an awkward situation Wednesday when he presides over a joint session of Congress to count electors from across the country.

  • January 05, 2021
    Chad Groening

    Opinion: States would benefit from Cruz's call for 'audit'

    'I Voted' stickerThe push by Republican senators to investigate election fraud is a wise way to help state lawmakers investigate and uncover fraud, says a political operative.

  • December 29, 2020
    Chad Groening

    Lawsuit: Governors are not the law

    Trump inauguration 2A political analyst believes a recently filed federal lawsuit could significantly help resolve the disputed results in the 2020 presidential election.

  • December 23, 2020
    Chris Woodward

    Attorney: 'Regime of harsh restrictions' on churches may be on the way out

    Stand firm, stand your groundThere's good news on the religious freedom front from California's most populous county, where the churches have been bearing the brunt of restrictions on in-person worship services.

  • December 23, 2020
    Bob Kellogg

    Lockdowns go too far, says Staver

    parochial school children getting on busA Christian attorney agrees with the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice coming alongside three Roman Catholic high schools and the Michigan Association of Non-Public Schools in their lawsuit against Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer's (D) ban on in-person classes in high schools.

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