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Obergefell 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. (5/29/2020)

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10 Months After Obergefell, It’s Time to Evaluate “Live and Let Live” Promises

Christians and defenders of religious freedom were told that same-sex marriage was really about “live and let live. (4/20/2020)

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Christian Artists in Arizona Still Fighting for Religious Freedom Following Masterpiece Decision

One of the big takeaways from the Supreme Court victory for Colorado cake artist Jack Phillips is that religious objections to same-sex marriage are not only valid, but in many instances, protected by the Constitution. (4/20/2020)

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Christian Artists in Arizona Still Fighting for Religious Freedom Following Masterpiece Decision

One of the big takeaways from the Supreme Court victory for Colorado cake artist Jack Phillips is that religious objections to same-sex marriage are not only valid, but in many instances, protected by the Constitution. (4/20/2020)

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3 Justice Kennedy Quotes Worth Remembering in Recent ADF Victories

Justice Anthony Kennedy announced that he is retiring from the Supreme Court. He will leave behind a forceful legacy at the nation’s highest Court. (4/20/2020)

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3 Justice Kennedy Quotes Worth Remembering in Recent ADF Victories

Justice Anthony Kennedy announced that he is retiring from the Supreme Court. He will leave behind a forceful legacy at the nation’s highest Court. (4/20/2020)

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10 Years Later: The True Story about California’s Proposition 8

Here’s the true story of the successful “Yes on 8” campaign. (4/20/2020)

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4 Key Arguments We Are Making to Defend Jack Phillips at the Supreme Court

Jack is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to restore his right to live and work according to his faith. (4/20/2020)

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The Weekly Digest: The Continuing Threat to Religious Liberty

There are many threats to religious liberty these days. The issue used to be something that garnered bipartisan support. But no longer. (4/20/2020)

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“Just Who do We Think We Are?”

"Just who do we think we are?" My first thought was, “We think we’re God.” (4/19/2020)

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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. (4/20/2020)

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5 Reasons the U.S. Supreme Court Should Agree to Hear Christian Cake Artist Jack Phillips' Case

Today, Jack Phillips, owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Colorado, asked the United State Supreme Court to hear his case. (4/20/2020)