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Freedom Matters Podcast - 2017 Preview

October 17, 2017

By: Bob Trent

The Cubs won the World Series, Bob Dylan became a Nobel Laureate, and the United Kingdom voted for Brexit. 2016 was a year that defied prediction. What will 2017 bring?

On Freedom Matters this week we look at cases and issues that will grab national attention and effect your world in the upcoming year.

ADF Senior Counsel Jordan Lorence and ADF Legal Counsel Kellie Fiedorek join Freedom Matters this week to provide insight into Supreme Court cases involving student privacy in school locker rooms, religious hostility by states, and government attempts to determine what is and what is not offensive speech.  We also look at the continued imposition of sexual orientation and gender identity legislation and its devastating impact on religious freedom and free speech.

 

 

 

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