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Religious FreedomChelsey Nelson Photography v. Louisville-Jefferson County Metro Government
Lawsuit challenges Louisville law forcing photographer to photograph, write in favor of same-sex weddings
Religious FreedomA.M. v. French
Public, nonreligious private, and home-schooled high-school students can attend college classes, but not students from private religious schools
Religious FreedomHecox v. Little
ADF attorneys represent two female athletes who oppose ACLU lawsuit that seeks to deny opportunities to women, girls
Religious FreedomCalvary Chapel Dayton Valley v. Sisolak
ADF files suit against Nevada state officials to challenge COVID-19 church gathering ban
Sanctity of Life
Religious FreedomMarch for Life Education and Defense Fund v. California
US Supreme Court wipes out 9th Circuit decision against HHS conscience protections
LifeThe Little Sisters of the Poor Saints Peter and Paul Home v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and Trump v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
US Supreme Court upholds HHS rules protecting nuns from funding abortion
Religious FreedomSkyline Wesleyan Church v. California Department of Managed Health Care
Ninth Circuit rules in favor of California church forced to pay for abortions
Religious FreedomBruni v. City of Pittsburgh
Sidewalk counselors ask US Supreme Court to review Pittsburgh censorship-zone law
Marriage & Family
Religious FreedomDoe v. Madison Metropolitan School District
WILL, ADF attorneys represent 14 parents from eight Madison families
Marriage & FamilyObergefell v. Hodges
Same-sex couples filed a lawsuit in federal court that seeks to have Ohio’s constitutional amendment affirming marriage as the union of one man and one woman declared unconstitutional under the U.S. Constitution.
Marriage & FamilyIn re Parentage of Scarlett Z.-D.
The Illinois Supreme Court ruled that people who are not legal parents cannot use arguments that they are “psychologically” connected to a child in order to obtain some form of custody.
Religious FreedomWaters v. Ricketts, In re Alan L. King
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit’s order in Waters v. Ricketts suspended a district judge’s decision that struck down Nebraska’s laws defining marriage as the union of one man and one woman.
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