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Students sue school for hushing pro-life speech

Elizabeth Castro

Two students have filed a lawsuit against their Pennsylvania school district for the right to operate a pro-life club according to their proposed mission statement. The lawsuit came after the district refused to back down from requiring the club’s policies …

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Trump reverses Obama transgender military policy

Donald Trump

WASHINGTON — President Trump suddenly reversed military policy on transgender individuals today (July 26), announcing on Twitter the United States would not “accept or allow” people who identify as a different gender than their biological sex to serve in the …

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Hawaii pro-life centers sue over abortion notice

A Place for Women in Waipo, Hawaii

WAIPO, Hawaii — Pro-life pregnancy resource centers in Hawaii have filed suit against a new law requiring them to point women toward abortion access. The law, signed by Gov. David Ige on July 11, requires pregnancy resource centers to post …

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Good News about sharing the Good News

The great journalist Gilbert Keith Chesterton wrote of an Englishman who set out in a yacht, thought he had landed on a new island in the South Seas, and realized at last that he had discovered … England. Chesterton, you see, was that …

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Senate Republicans clear health care hurdle

John McCain

WASHINGTON—Senate Republicans cleared a major hurdle on their path to healthcare reform Tuesday afternoon, voting to begin floor debate on legislation to gut Obamacare. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., rallied enough GOP votes to pass a motion to proceed …

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White House cuts target contraceptive-based sex education

students

WASHINGTON — Teen pregnancy prevention programs that advocate the use of contraceptives have been notified by the Trump administration their federal funding will be cut by more than $200 million annually. Ascend, formerly the National Abstinence Education Association, lauded the …

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