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Student sues school over girl in boys’ locker room

Boyertown Area School District

A high school junior is suing his Boyertown, Pa., school district after administrators told him he could either “tolerate” having a biological female share his locker room or withdraw and be homeschooled. The lawsuit filed March 21 in federal court …

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Republican leaders fail to pass healthcare law

Paul Ryan

WASHINGTON—Republicans in Congress failed to drum up enough support for their Obamacare replacement for the second day in a row, forcing leaders to indefinitely postpone a vote on the legislation. “You’ve all heard me say this before: Moving from an …

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Wyoming judge censured for gay marriage position

religious freedom

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Proponents of religious liberty have expressed mixed opinions on the Wyoming Supreme Court’s censure of a judge for saying her religious beliefs would prevent her from performing same-sex weddings. Judge Ruth Neely’s counsel from Alliance Defending Freedom …

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Divide over Neil Gorsuch on display as hearings begin

Neil Gorsuch

WASHINGTON — Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation hearings opened Monday (March 20) with Republicans and Democrats, pro-lifers and pro-choicers, and conservatives and liberals pressing their conflicting cases regarding his nomination to the Supreme Court. The Senate Judiciary Committee began the latest hearings …

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U.S. needs to act on IS genocide, critics say

Egyptian Christians

WASHINGTON — The United States finally needs to act in keeping with its designation a year ago that the Islamic State’s murderous campaign against Christians and other minorities in the Middle East is genocide, religious freedom advocates said. The calls …

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