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Indiana governor signs RFRA ‘fix’

By Daniel James Devine
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Religious Liberty | Religious liberty experts say the amendment exposes Christians to jail time or fines for refusing to violate their beliefs

Indiana and the culture wars

By Cal Thomas
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Religious Liberty | If I visit a kosher restaurant and order a pork chop, am I being discriminated against when the waiter says they don’t serve pork? If an establishment…

Senate Democrats stall Medicare reform bill over abortion funding ban

By Courtney Crandell
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Politics | For 17 years, lawmakers have attempted to change Medicare’s formula for reimbursing physicians. The annually passed fixes have been expensive, and the…

Vanity license plates become free speech flashpoint

By Mary Reichard
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Supreme Court | Just whose speech is on vanity license plates—yours, or the state in which you live? That was the question in the case of rejected license plates in Texas,

Review board: Gordon College accreditation not at risk

By Leigh Jones
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Higher Education | The organization at the center of a debate over religious liberty in higher education now says Christian university Gordon College is not at risk of losing…

The reality of Indiana’s religious freedom law

By Emily Belz
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Religious Liberty | Media and opponents mischaracterize the state’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act

Ohio House passes heartbeat law over Kasich's opposition

By Bob Brown
Posted

Abortion | On Wednesday, the Ohio House of Representatives passed a bill that would outlaw abortion if a baby’s heartbeat can be detected. A baby’s heart begins to…

A better 2016 agenda

By Cal Thomas
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Politics | “In your heart you know he’s right,” was Barry Goldwater’s presidential campaign slogan in 1964. The critics of Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, who announced…

Kansas bans dismemberment abortions

By Courtney Crandell
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Abortion | Abortionists in Kansas will soon be banned from performing dismemberment abortions, thanks to legislation passed by the state legislature Wednesday. 

States debate making cursive instruction mandatory

By Emily Scheie
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Education | People fear future generations won’t be able to sign their own names, much less read the original Declaration of Independence, if students don’t learn…

Congressional maps and the power of the pen

By Mary Reichard
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Supreme Court | A case argued recently before the U.S. Supreme Court questioned the best way to shield voter rights from politicians’ whims. The question was, should…

GOP defense-spending fight highlights balanced budget challenges

By Michael Cochrane
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Military | Divisions among Republicans over how best to fund the Pentagon may highlight some of the difficulties the GOP-controlled Congress will have in passing a…

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