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Pro-life campus group gets zero dollars

California State University–San Marcos

Despite granting nearly $300,000 to LGBT groups to host speakers and put on events, California State University–San Marcos denied money to the Students for Life group on campus—and now the school faces a lawsuit. The pro-life organization requested $500, the …

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Fostering confusion

Fostering confusion

Illinois’s child welfare agency now requires that any individual working with a child in its system support LGBT rights. The new policy, signed and implemented May 6 by Illinois Department of Child and Family Services (DCFS) director George Sheldon, is …

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Transgender student wins restroom case appeal

Tremper High School

CHICAGO, Ill. — A Wisconsin high school girl who identifies as a boy should be allowed to use the boy’s restroom, the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled today (May 31). Ashton Whitaker, a 17-year-old senior, won permission to …

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Trump’s budget doubles abstinence education funds

WASHINGTON — President Trump’s proposed 2018 federal budget has drawn praise from advocates of teen sexual abstinence for asking Congress to double the percentage of sex education funds devoted to abstinence-based approaches. Of the approximately $1 billion in federal funding …

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