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Obamacare and religious freedom, churches brace for new legal threat, dollars and sense
Today’s news and a report on two new cases in the continuing legal drama over Obamacare and religious freedom, plus: churches are moving to protect themselves in case they are sued for refusing to perform or host a same-sex wedding. a report on last week’s mixed bag of financial news, and more
Syria and Congress: As a vote nears on whether to authorize a use-of-force resolution, even supportive lawmakers fear the White House may be losing ground.
Public opinion: Obama faces skeptical public as he launches an all-out PR push to convince Americans to support his Syria policy.
9/11 anniversary: Public-safety concerns loom as terror anniversary draws near.
Gay rights: Religious conservatives object as San Antonio bans discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
Legal Docket: Obamacare and religious freedom
TW&E’s legal-affairs correspondent Mary Reichard on two new cases in the continuing legal drama over Obamacare and religious freedom.
Churches respond to new legal environment on same-sex marriage
As homosexual marriage spreads, some churches are moving to protect themselves in case they are sued for refusing to perform or host a same-sex wedding.
Dollars and sense
WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reviews last week’s mixed bag of financial news, and looks ahead to the stories likely to make news this week.