The ACLU Is Trying to Force This School District to Let a Boy Change Next to the Girls in the Girls’ Locker Room
A Chicago-area school district is now involved in two separate lawsuits regarding whether its locker rooms should be reserved for the use of one sex—either boys or girls.
How the Media Reacted to the Supreme Court’s Choice Not to Hear Case Challenging Mississippi Law
The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear the cases Campaign for Southern Equality v. Bryant and Barber v. Bryant earlier this week, causing a stir within the media world.
4 Surprising Facts about our Supreme Court Case Defending California Pregnancy Centers
ADF represented the National Institute of Family and Life Advocates before the Supreme Court on March 20.
The Abortion Industry Wants to Legalize Discrimination Based on Sex, Disability, and Race
In most states in the U.S., an unborn child can be aborted because of his or her sex, race, or disability. And the abortion industry is fighting to keep it that way.
Can Free Speech Be Limited to Only One Hour a Day?
With help from Alliance Defending Freedom, the Young Americans for Liberty chapter at UMass Amherst filed a lawsuit against the university today.
Freedom Reigns: Supreme Court Declines to Hear Case Challenging Mississippi Conscience Law
A Mississippi law protecting its citizens’ freedoms can remain in effect, thanks to the U.S. Supreme Court declining to hear the case Barber v. Bryant today.