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Free speech rules in Maryland pro-life center case

Free speech rules in Maryland pro-life center case

By Sarah Padbury
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Abortion | A Maryland case set an important precedent earlier this month for at least five lawsuits against pregnancy resources centers around the country. The 4th U.S.

Judge says D’Souza wasn’t prosecuted for his politics

By Emily Belz
Posted

Courts | NEW YORK—A federal judge said conservative author and commentator Dinesh D’Souza had no evidence he was selectively prosecuted because of his politics,

Europeans win the right to internet amnesia

By Daniel James Devine
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Technology | Should people be allowed to control what information about them appears in Google or Yahoo search results? The highest court in Europe decided Tuesday they…

Pro-life priests take Obamacare fight to court

By J.C. Derrick
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Healthcare Mandate | Nonprofit group Priests for Life says contraceptive mandate places substantial burden on its beliefs

Christian law school sues for Canadian legal societies’ recognition

By J.C. Derrick
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Religious Liberty | The largest Christian university in Canada on Tuesday announced it will pursue legal action to secure two provincial recognitions for its future law school…

Defense: Politics prompted D’Souza prosecution

By Emily Belz
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Courts | If the judge refuses Dinesh D’Souza’s selective prosecution motion for dismissal, his May trial will be messy and personal

Common grace in the courtroom

By Russ Pulliam
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Courts | INDIANAPOLIS—Call it compassionate conservatism. Or common grace. Author Jay Hein, who runs the Sagamore Institute, refers to it as “the greater good.”

Two Supreme Court cases that deserved more attention than they got

By Mary Reichard
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Supreme Court | Last week’s U.S. Supreme Court decision on affirmative action overshadowed the news of two other substantial rulings. These rulings—one dealing with the…

California judge flushes bathroom bill repeal effort

By Sarah Padbury
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Courts | A coalition hoping to repeal California’s “Co-ed Bathroom Bill” faced another setback last week when a judge struck down its request that the state…

Legal complaint filed in Vision Forum case

By Jamie Dean
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Religion | The possibility of a messy trial brings important reminders about Christian clarity

No upheaval on Easter

By Emily Belz
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Religious Liberty | New York City’s ban on churches renting public schools remains in place, but an appeal will allow worship services this Sunday

Bus company refuses ad space to pro-life group

By Sarah Padbury
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Free Speech | An Indiana bus company that refused to let a pro-life group advertise on city buses in Ft. Wayne is going to have to justify its decision in federal court.

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