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School values transgender lessons over parent rights

kindergarten classroom

A California charter school embroiled in controversy about a lesson to kindergarteners on transgenderism is not backing down. On Sept. 18, the Sacramento-area school board rejected a proposal by parents to allow children to opt-out of lessons on gender identity. …

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Family farm wins right to return to Michigan market

Farmer Stephen Tennes

Steve and Bridget Tennes, owners of Country Mill Farms, returned to the East Lansing, Mich., Farmer’s Market Sept. 17 after local officials tried to ban them over their Biblical view of marriage. A federal judge issued a preliminary injunction, allowing …

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California scraps abortion pill reversal class for nurses

abortion pill reversal class for nurses

Nurses don’t need to learn about a procedure used to counteract the effects of an abortion-inducing drug, according to the California Board of Registered Nursing. Just over a month after approving an “abortion pill reversal” class offered by the pro-life …

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‘A condition we call faith’

Amy Coney Barrett

Another one of President Donald Trump’s nominees faced a Senate grilling over religious beliefs, a worrying precedent for religious liberty advocates. Trump nominated Amy Coney Barrett, a Notre Dame law professor and devout Catholic, to serve on the 7th U.S. …

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Daleiden, lawyers fined over banned video release

Pro-life activist David Daleiden

Pro-life activist David Daleiden and his attorneys now face nearly $200,000 in fines after the lawyers posted online an undercover video banned by a court order. The video, which lawyers for Daleiden insist they had the right to post, featured …

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Harvey-battered churches sue for FEMA funds

Hurricane Harvey

WASHINGTON — Three small churches damaged in Hurricane Harvey’s unprecedented Texas deluge are jointly suing a U.S. government agency for access to public recovery funds. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) religiously discriminates against churches by preventing them from seeking …

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