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Missouri lawmakers override veto to enact abortion wait period

By Courtney Crandell
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Abortion | The Missouri state legislature enacted a 72-hour wait period for abortions yesterday, overriding Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto from earlier this year. The…

NYC subway platform not a safe haven for abandoned baby

By Allie Hulcher
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Child welfare | This week, a 20-year-old woman stepped off a New York City subway, left a stroller holding her 10-month-old daughter on the platform, and rode off on the…

Man in motions

By Jamie Dean
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Law | A lone Georgia attorney helps spur GM’s recall of 2.6 million cars, but a higher law drives his passions inside and outside the courtroom

Christian law school hits roadblocks in Canada

Christian law school hits roadblocks in Canada

By J.C. Derrick
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Religious Liberty | Law societies in Ontario and Nova Scotia dealt Trinity Western University (TWU) its first two setbacks this week in the battle over Canada’s first Christian…

California bar: Disgraced journalist needs repentance, not law license

By Daniel James Devine
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Courts | Stephen Glass, the former New Republic reporter who fabricated more than 40 articles, lost a bid earlier this week to pursue his second career of choice: the…

Legal pot sales start in Colorado in 3, 2, 1 …

By Kiley Crossland
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Law | Starting New Year’s Day, anyone 21 or older with a valid photo ID can buy marijuana in Colorado. At 8 a.m. a handful of businesses licensed to sell…

Marijuana hits mainstream in polls

Marijuana hits mainstream in polls

By Kiley Crossland
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Culture | Support for marijuana legalization is on the rise, even among Independents, the elderly, and Christians, according to recent surveys.   For the…

A radical proposal for homosexuals

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Homosexuality | The notion of forgoing a right for the sake of another or for the kingdom of God is an alien concept to us, and all the more so in a time in history that has…

A constitutional cure for what ails us

A constitutional cure for what ails us

By Cal Thomas
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Government | When I studied the U.S. Constitution in school, I learned that for a bill to become law it first had to be introduced in either the House or the Senate.

Monitoring the madness in Massachusetts

By Les Sillars
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Homosexuality | Brian Camenker of MassResistance keeps an eye on LGBT activism in his state while holding the pro-family movement accountable

‘The mystery of lawlessness’ in our country

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Law | “… the mystery of lawlessness is already at work …” (2 Thessalonians 2:7). My parochial suburban newspaper’s front page yesterday featured two happy…

Muddied waters

By Emily Belz
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Marriage | With high court rulings on marriage, a wide assault begins on state marriage laws

 
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