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Company Under Fire for Agreeing to Pour Foundation for Delayed Mega-Abortion Facility

NEW ORLEANS. La. – Despite much opposition, a Louisiana business is forging ahead with plans to pour the foundation for a $4 million dollar Planned Parenthood mega-abortion facility that has been delayed in being built as other area contractors have refused to help with the project. Planned Parenthood broke ground in May 2013 to build an 8,000 square […]

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Indiana Christian Bakers Who Declined to Bake Cake for Same-Sex Ceremony Close Shop

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – An Indiana bakery that came under fire last year when it declined to bake a cake for a same-sex ceremony has closed its doors—but not for the reason most would think. The situation began last March when Mike Stephens contacted the 111 Cakery in Indianapolis to obtain a cake for his commitment ceremony with his […]

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Christian Florist Found Guilty of Discrimination for Declining ‘Gay Wedding’ Refuses Settlement

KENNEWICK, Wash. — A Christian florist from Washington who is in jeopardy of losing her business, home and life savings after a judge found her guilty of discrimination this week for declining to fulfill an order for a same-sex ceremony has rejected an offer to settle the matter if she promises to service homosexual “weddings” in […]

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Christian Florist Found Guilty of Discrimination for Declining ‘Gay Wedding’ to Appeal

KENNEWICK, Wash. – A Christian florist from Washington who is in jeopardy of losing her business, home and life savings after a judge found her guilty of discrimination this week for declining to fulfill an order for a same-sex ceremony will appeal the decision. As previously reported, Baronelle Stutzman of Arlene’s Flowers in Richland was leveled with […]

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Christian Florist Found Guilty of Discrimination for Declining ‘Gay Wedding’ Could Lose Home, Life Savings

KENNEWICK, Wash. – A florist from Washington is in jeopardy of losing her business, home and life savings after a judge ruled against her on Wednesday for declining to fulfill an order for a same-sex ceremony, but rather provided a referral for the regular customer. As previously reported, Baronelle Stutzman of Arlene’s Flowers in Richland […]

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Texas Truck Driver Says He Was Fired for Listing Jesus as His Co-Driver in Logbook

RIO GRANDE VALLEY, Texas – A truck driver in Texas says that he was fired for listing Jesus as his co-driver on log sheets that he is required to complete. According to reports, all truck drivers across the United States must keep a logbook, and one of the sections asks for the name of the […]

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Ford Contractor Says He Was Fired for Speaking Against Company’s Support of Homosexuality

DEARBORN, Mich. – A former contractor for Ford Motor Company has filed a religious discrimination complaint, alleging that he was fired for speaking against the company’s support of homosexuality. Thomas Banks has worked as a design and release engineer for Ford since 2011—that is until last August when he was fired on an accusation that […]

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Ken Ham Files Religious Discrimination Suit After Kentucky Denies Ministry Sales Tax Rebate

PETERSBURG, Ky. — Ken Ham, the founder and president of the biblical creation and apologetic ministry Answers in Genesis (AIG), will file a federal lawsuit this week against officials in the state of Kentucky for denying its upcoming Ark Encounter participation in the state’s sales tax rebate incentive program. In a video released on Tuesday, Ham […]

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Judge Finds Christian Bakers Guilty for Refusing to Bake ‘Gay’ Cake, Fines May Bankrupt Business

GRESHAM, Ore. – A judge with the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries has ruled that the Christian owners of a bakery in the state are guilty of discrimination for declining to make a “wedding” cake for a lesbian couple, thus moving them to the sentencing phase where heavy fines could bankrupt their business. Spokesman Charlie […]

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Mennonite Couple Pays Settlement, Stops Hosting Weddings After Discrimination Complaint

GRIMES, Iowa – A Mennonite couple has paid a $5,000 settlement and has decided to discontinue hosting all weddings at their church-turned-art gallery after they became the subject of a discrimination complaint two years ago. As previously reported, Dick and Betty Odgaard operate The Gortz Haus Gallery, a bistro, floral and arts shop, and wedding […]

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