Today's Top News6th Circuit: Campus Preacher's Rights Were Violated - April 27, 2012 A three-judge panel of the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled this week that a Tennessee university violated a campus evangelist's First Amendment rights by, among other things, forcing him to fill out an application beforehand.
Abortion-Standards Bill Falters - April 26, 2012 A California Senate committee today stalled a bill that would allow nonphysicians to perform first-trimester suction abortions, shooting it down on a 4-4 vote.
Arizona Lawmakers Vote to Defund Planned Parenthood - April 25, 2012 The Arizona Senate voted 18-8 Tuesday to pass a bill prioritizing state funding for women's health centers that don't provide abortions.
CitizenLink Report: Students Recap Day of Dialogue - April 24, 2012 [jwplayer mediaid=35841]
Court: Mojave Cross Can Stay - April 25, 2012 Religious freedom advocates won a momentous victory this week, when a federal judge signed a settlement allowing a contested cross to stand on a one-acre spit of land in the middle of the Mojave Desert.
Good News for Good News Club - April 27, 2012 A federal court case against a school district outside Phoenix was dismissed Thursday, after the school agreed to give a child evangelism group the same treatment as other community organizations seeking to advertise at an elementary school.
Kansas Paper Publishes Personal Information of Petition Signers - April 27, 2012 Four towns in Kansas are considering adopting sweeping "nondiscrimination" ordinances that give preferential treatment to transgender and homosexual individuals - Hutchinson, Pittsburg, Salina and Wichita.
Legal Group Says Abortion Clinic Owner Playing ‘Shell Game’ With Licensure Orders - April 26, 2012 The owner of a Birmingham abortion center found guilty of more than 76 pages' worth of health code violations has been ordered to surrender the clinic license by May 18 - but according to a pro-life legal group, shady dealings are afoot.
Maine Town Levies Parking-Lot Tax on Church - April 26, 2012 The Alliance Defense Fund (ADF) filed a lawsuit on behalf of a Methodist church in Rockland, Me., saying the county assessor is unconstitutionally applying a state law regarding property taxes and charitable organizations.
Students Speak Up for Day of Dialogue - April 25, 2012 Thousands of students in more than 40 states participated in Focus on the Family's second annual nationwide event for high school and college students, the Day of Dialogue®, on April 19. Now, they're keeping the conversation alive.
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