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December 29, 2021
"I wanted to show how rewarding choosing life can be while acknowledging the real-life struggle and pain for the mother."

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December 28, 2021
What brought out hundreds of concerned community members? A growing concern about school policies and teaching radical ideologies about race, gender, and sexuality.

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Author: Neal Hardin
December 23, 2021
Working with ADF attorneys, Lorie Smith’s case currently awaits a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court, after a lower court ruled against her earlier this year.

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Author: Dustin Hobbs
December 21, 2021
The bottom line is that parents know their children best, and they do not surrender their parental role when they send their children to school.

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Author: Dustin Hobbs
December 17, 2021
It is long past due for creative professionals and artists such as Lorie to stop living under the threat of compelled speech and government coercion.

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Author: Neal Hardin
December 17, 2021
Creative professionals are facing lawsuits, fines, and other punishment by the government for not wanting to use their artistic expression to promote messages that violate their conscience.

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Author: Neal Hardin
December 16, 2021
The Constitution protects artists like Emilee Carpenter from being silenced or punished for expressing their beliefs.

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Author: Sarah Kramer
December 15, 2021
Religious freedom and the freedom of speech, both protected by the First Amendment, are particularly under attack.

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December 14, 2021
Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization will provide the best opportunity in a generation to overturn Roe and Casey.

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Author: Neal Hardin
December 14, 2021
Can the State decide who is religiously qualified to work at faith-based ministries?

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Author: Dustin Hobbs