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  • August 17, 2012
    … Updated 12/1/2022 What's at stake The states’ authority to shut down unhealthy and dangerous abortion businesses … … US Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit … prolife … poor healthcare treatment for women … physical harm … CaseChoice v Greenstein … abortion … Choice v …
  • March 21, 2012
    … Image Babys Feet … Rhode Island State Right to Life Committee v Chafee … Published on Published on … Joe Larisa represent Rhode Island Right to Life and 38 state legislators … Legal Documents … Court Title Date Trial …
  • July 2, 2012
    … Court Takes Up the HHS AbortionPill Mandate Again … State of Florida v US Department of Health and Human Services … because of the US Supreme Courts decision Thursday to leave ObamaCare intact ADF attorneys say ADF is … and Human Services … abortion pill mandate … abortion … State of Florida v US Department of Health and Human Services …
  • July 23, 2012
    … of both mothers and fathers. Summary Plaintiffs sued to overturn Hawaii’s constitutional amendment allowing the … court to overturn Hawaii’s marriage laws and order the state to redefine marriage to include same-sex couples. When the governor refused to defend marriage, Alliance …
  • April 2, 2012
    … Board Last Updated 12/1/2022 Summary Christians seeking to distribute Bibles during the Twin Cities Pride Festival, … annual celebration of homosexual behavior, were relegated to an isolated, empty space far from the event. ADF attorneys … on behalf of Brian Johnson, who was originally permitted to intervene in a lawsuit filed against the park board by …
  • November 13, 2012
    … Church Pentecostal is appealing a lower court’s decision to deny the church tax-exempt status on part of its property … are used exclusively for ministry outreach. Tennessee law allows similar facilities that are not on church property … … Tennessee … CaseChrist Church Pentecostal v Tennessee State Board of Equalization … church … Christ Church …
  • October 23, 2012
    … in many of its facilities, including the pavilion.  When two women asked Ocean Grove to host their civil … on Civil Rights.  After conducting an investigation, state officials put the group on trial for sexual-orientation … that violate Christian teaching. An administrative law judge rejected these arguments and ruled that Ocean Grove …
  • September 20, 2012
    … approved a religious speech ban on Bourbon Street. The law bars anyone from loitering or congregating for the … his faith without issue was told by police he could not continue his activities. Legal Documents Court Title Date … approved a religious speech ban on Bourbon Street. The law bars anyone from loitering or congregating for the …
  • August 23, 2012
    to host the ceremony because he believed that Vermont law required him to do so, but he explained that hosting such … investigation and concluded that Jim had complied with the state’s public accommodation laws.   Relying on that official … defended Jim and Mary O’Reilly and the Wildflower Inn when they came under activist attack for communicating their …
  • September 24, 2012
    … Freedom attorneys filed a lawsuit against Palm Beach State College after officials denied Young Americans for Freedom members permission to distribute literature at a student fair Citing PSBC speech … Freedom attorneys filed a lawsuit against Palm Beach State College after officials denied Young Americans for …