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In the News: Volume II, Issue 4

"The government simply cannot create censorship zones where the First Amendment does not apply in order to silence a particular viewpoint.’’

The Boston Globe • ADF Legal Counsel Tim Chandler, on clinic buffer zones (arbitrary legal distances created to keep protesters away from abortion clinics)

"I believe lots of nurses and doctors throughout the country are being pressured to assist abortion, and I want them to know they are not alone, and they should speak up for their rights of conscience."

The Washington Times • Nurse and ADF client Catherina Cenzon-DeCarlo, who was compelled to participate in an abortion at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York

"A woman’s life is worth more than Planned Parenthood’s bottom line."
World Net Daily • ADF Senior Counsel Jordan Lorence

"The case is not only pivotal to Europe; it is pivotal to America as well ... this case could be the Roe v. Wade of Europe, so its importance should not be underestimated."

 Life Site News • ADF European Legal Counsel Roger Kiska, on the fight to make abortion legal in Ireland

"Exercising your First Amendment rights is not a crime." 

Christian Post • ADF Litigation Counsel Jon Scruggs, on a settlement in Gilles v. Hodge , successfully ending a five-year legal battle over Miami University’s speech policy that restricted Christian students from sharing their faith without a permit.

"There’s a freight train coming ... and it’s heading right towards Christians."

OneNewsNow • ADF Senior Counsel Ben Bull, on the homosexual legal agenda

"Marriage redefinition activists will advance their agenda by any means necessary, even if that means snuffing out fundamental rights like the right to vote."

TAPPED Blog • ADF Senior Counsel Brian Raum on a ruling by the Superior Court of the District of Columbia denying D.C. residents the right to vote on marriage

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