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Win! Kentucky Court Won't Force Christian Printer to Print Messages He Disagrees With

Kentucky printer was cleared of charges of "unjust discrimination" for referring an order for pride event t-shirts to a printer who matched his price.

3 Reasons SOGI Laws Are Being Defeated

The people of Idaho, Wyoming, and North Dakota have spoken. And they have made it clear this legislative season that they do not need a sexual orientation, gender identity (SOGI) nondiscrimination ordinance in their states.

Join ADF to support the #March4Marrige

If there was ever a time to take a stand for marriage—this is it.

Does #RFRA = Discrimination? No, it prevents it.

The majority of Americans support religious freedom, and that majority voice needs to be heard now. We need to stand up and demand that our leaders protect religious freedom. Speak up. Speak out. And flip this script in public opinion.

Opponents of RFRA: Corporations Can Have a Conscience, If It Isn't Religious.

Opponents of RFRA say businesses can have a conscience . . . as long as it isn't religious. This week the brave new world for brands publicly took a dive into hypocrisy.

Indiana Abandons Religious Freedom, as Arkansas Moves to Protect It

The so-called “fix” of Indiana’s RFRA is nothing of the sort. The only thing it accomplishes is to essentially guarantee that the religious freedom of private business owners will not be protected in Indiana.

CBN News: Jack Phillips and Crumbling Freedom

Is the First Amendment crumbling? CBN news covered the story of our client, baker Jack Philips. Jack respectfully declined to use his creative talents to promote and endorse a same-sex ceremony. His stance on biblical marriage got him in trouble with the law, but it's also inspiring people around the world.