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Standing up for conscience

Standing up for conscience

Pro-life advocates urged Congress to ensure passage of a bill protecting the conscience rights of healthcare providers. Tears streamed down Cathy DeCarlo’s face as she recounted her experience as a nurse in New York City. In May 2009, DeCarlo entered …

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House restores adoption tax credit

adoption

WASHINGTON — A longstanding but endangered benefit for adopting families has gained new life in Congress. Republicans in the House of Representatives amended their tax reform proposal to include the adoption tax credit in a committee vote Thursday (Nov. 9), …

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Billy Graham, 99, continues far-reaching legacy

Billy Graham

In the fall of 1949, a little-known Baptist preacher launched a series of revival meetings at a “canvas cathedral” in Los Angeles at the corner of Washington Boulevard and Hill Street. The meetings were supposed to last three weeks. Instead …

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Transgender views follow partisan divide

Transgender views follow partisan divide

Republicans are far more likely to believe gender is limited to one’s biological sex apparent at birth, according to statistics Pew Research Center released after local transgender victories in U.S. elections Nov. 7. In Virginia, Danica Roem unseated 13-term incumbent …

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