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Obama Judge Rules Wisconsin Regulation Places ‘Burden’ on Mothers Seeking Abortion

MADISON, Wisc. – A federal judge appointed to the bench by Barack Obama has struck down a Wisconsin abortion law as unconstitutional, stating that the law places a “burden” on women seeking to end the life of their unborn child. As previously reported, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker approved Senate Bill 206 (SB206) in July 2013, […]

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Connecticut Debates Legalizing Physician-Assisted Suicide

HARTFORD, Conn. – Lawmakers in Connecticut are considering a newly-proposed bill that would legalize physician-assisted suicide in the state. A public hearing was held on Wednesday at the Capitol Complex where those on both sides of the issue came to speak their mind about the matter. Assisted suicide bills have been presented to the legislature […]

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Obama Calls for American Pastor Imprisoned in Iran to Be Released for Persian New Year

WASHINGTON – Barack Obama issued a call on Friday for an American pastor imprisoned in Iran to be released for the Persian New Year, which began yesterday. As a tradition during the Iranian holiday Nowruz, some prisoners are set free or receive reduced sentences. Obama called upon the Iranian government on Friday to free Pastor Saeed […]

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School Board Unanimously Votes Not to Restore Ten Commandments Plaque Following Removal

MARION, Ohio – A school board in Ohio has voted unanimously not to restore a nearly 60-year-old plaque of the Ten Commandments that was removed from a local high school last year following a complaint. The Marion City Schools Board agreed on Monday to indefinitely “loan” the plaque to the Marion County Historical Society for display instead of its […]

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Senators Introduce Effort to Void D.C. Bills That Force Religious Groups to Violate Beliefs

WASHINGTON – Two U.S. Senators have introduced joint resolutions that would essentially void two D.C. bills that passed last year, which some state force faith-based organizations to violate their religious beliefs. As previously reported, the D.C. City Council passed the Human Rights Amendment Act of 2014 in December, which does away with an exemption afforded […]

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ISIS Claims Responsibility for Tunisian Museum Attack That Left Over 20 Dead

TUNIS, Tunisia – The Islamic terror group ISIS, which also identifies itself as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria has claimed responsibility for a deadly attack on tourists to a museum in North Africa that left over 20 people dead, including the gunmen. Members of the group posted a statement online on Thursday, calling the […]

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Chamber of Commerce Backs Lesbians After Christian Videographer Declines to Shoot Ceremony

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Two lesbian women in Ohio have filed a complaint with their local Chamber of Commerce after a Christian videographer declined to record their commitment ceremony, and now the chamber is vowing to revise its policies to prohibit members from turning down orders related to homosexuality. Jenn Moffitt and Jerra Kincely sent an email […]

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Arkansas Pastor’s Children Seized By Authorities Allowed to Return Home on Trial Basis

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. — Seven children in Arkansas who were seized by the Garland County Sheriff’s Department in January have been allowed to return home on a trial basis, leading up to a hearing to determine whether the parents will be granted full custody. As previously reported, the homeschooled children of Hal Stanley, who pastors a home […]

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Senate Democrats Block Advancement of Sex Trafficking Bill Over Abortion Funding Ban

WASHINGTON – Senate democrats blocked the advancement of a federal sex trafficking bill on Tuesday after taking issue with the inclusion of a statute that prohibited money from a victim’s fund from being used for abortion. The Justice for Victims of Human Trafficking Act had been presented by Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) and sought to […]

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Texas Principal to No Longer Quote Bible Over Intercom Following Atheist Complaint

WHITE OAK, Texas – A Texas principal who quotes Scripture over the intercom during the morning announcements will no longer do so after a prominent atheist activist group sent a letter of complaint about the matter. As previously reported, according to KETK-TV, an anonymous student at White Oak High School recently contacted atheist blogger Hemant Mehta after […]

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