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California ends church restrictions after Supreme Court ruling

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California has lifted unconstitutional restrictions on church capacity following a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling. “In response to recent judicial rulings, effective immediately, location and capacity limits on places of worship are ...

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Court rules university officials personally accountable for religious discrimination

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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit has ruled in favor of a Christian club that was kicked off campus by officials at the University of Iowa. The story began ...

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Poland’s top court votes to protect babies with disabilities from ‘eugenic’ abortion

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Poland’s highest court has ruled that abortions of children with disabilities is unconstitutional. The decision by the country’s Constitutional Court affects the majority abortions. Terminations will only be permissible in cases of ...

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Court stops Biden executive order that ended deportations

The Biden administration has been given its first major setback in its immigration deregulation efforts. A federal judge Tuesday evening blocked President Biden’s executive order that stopped deportations. The moratorium announced by ...

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Court ruling solidifies the position of Arkansas as most pro-life state

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Arkansas is being recognized as one of the most pro-life states in the nation. The Eighth Circuit Court declined to hear a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union and the ...

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Ruling on church restrictions applauded as win for freedom

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Religious freedom advocates applauded a federal appeals court decision this week that blocked enforcement of Nevada’s pandemic-related restrictions on churches because they treat various secular events and businesses “significantly better” than worship ...

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Planned Parenthood loses funding after federal court ruling

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Planned Parenthood was given a major setback this week when a federal appeals court ruled Texas and Louisiana may withhold federal funding to clinics performing abortions. It reversed an earlier appellate ruling ...

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U.S. Supreme Court hears case that may have significant impact on religious liberty

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Although it was largely overshadowed by the election, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Wednesday in a case regarding a Catholic foster care agency that refuses to compromise its religious ...

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Iowa Supreme Court blocks Democrats from altering absentee ballot applications

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The Iowa Supreme Court has upheld a law that protected the integrity of absentee voting applications after Democrats sued to overturn it. Democrat county election auditors in the state wanted one thing ...

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Roe not a ‘super precedent’ that can’t be overturned, Coney Barrett says

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The Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion is not a “super precedent” that’ can’t be overturned, Amy Coney Barrett said during Senate confirmation hearings. Barrett made the comments to Democrat Sen. Amy ...

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Supreme Court unanimously strikes down efforts to ditch witnesses on absentee ballots

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The U.S. Supreme Court this week blocked attempts in South Carolina to do away with witnesses for absentee ballots. The nation’s highest court blocked a lower federal judge’s injunction that eliminated South Carolina’s ...

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Michigan Supreme Court strikes down Governor’s ‘unconstitutional’ lockdown

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In a ruling that could set a precedent for other states, the Supreme Court in Michigan has dealt a blow to the states Democrat governor and “emergency powers” law restricting businesses, churches ...

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Limits on gatherings in Pennsylvania again lose in court

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Pennsylvania’s governor has suffered another embarrassing defeat after a judge on Tuesday prevented him from reimposing limits on gatherings. The judge said limits were arbitrary and not based on science. Stickman, a ...

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Supreme Court OK’s taxpayer credits for religious schools

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The Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that Montana’s decision to exclude religious schools from a state scholarship program funded by tax credits violates the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The decision was a huge win ...

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Supreme Court ruling a big defeat for open border proponents

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Open border proponents were given a setback this morning as the Supreme Court ruled that the federal government may deport illegal aliens quickly and with only limited judicial review. The ruling also ...

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Supreme Court rejects California church’s appeal challenging restrictions

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Are churches entertainment venues? A divided Supreme Court late Friday implied so in rejecting an emergency appeal by a California church that challenged state restrictions on attendance at worship services. Over the ...

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Federal judge blocks Gov. Kelly’s limits on church gatherings

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A federal court in Kansas issued a temporary restraining order Saturday against Gov. Laura Kelly’s executive order limiting church gatherings to 10 people due to COVID-19. This is the latest move in a saga that ...

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Mexican family loses Supreme Court case over damages in border death

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The Obama and Trump administrations both agreed that a U.S. border agent should not be held liable for the death of a young Mexican killed along the border. The Supreme Court also agreed ...

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Supreme Court rules in favor of Trump administration ‘public charge’ rule

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The Supreme Court has voted to allow the Trump administration to enforce its “public charge” immigration rule in Illinois after previously allowing the rule to be enforced in other parts of the country. The public charge rule, which ...

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Supreme Court upholds major pro-life law

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In another win for the nation’s pro-life movement, the U.S. Supreme Court today refused to review a case on a Kentucky law that requires doctors to show and describe ultrasound images to a patient ...

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Clinton judge blocks wall funding but some liberal experts say Trump’s ’emergency’ was legal

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A federal judge appointed by Bill Clinton is trying to stop the construction of the new wall along the border with Mexico. U.S. District Judge David Briones, offices in Texas, has ruled ...

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Missouri Supreme Court takes up voter I.D. and sworn statements

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Should voters without proper identification be asked to make sworn statements that they are who they say they are before being handed a ballot at the polls? Missouri’s Supreme Court will soon ...

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Court: Artists can’t be forced to make LGBT wedding invitations

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The Arizona Supreme Court ruled Sept. 16 that the city of Phoenix can’t use a criminal law to compel two artists to produce custom wedding invitations for LGBT couples because that would force them ...

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Judge rules 9/11 watch list violates rights of potential terrorists

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A federal judge has ruled in favor of potential American terrorists saying the terrorism watch list violates their constitutional rights. The system to track those who concern law enforcement agencies was created ...

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Court rules atheists can be banned from legislative opening prayer

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A federal appeals court has ruled that a Pennsylvania House of Representative’s policy banning atheists from offering the legislative “opening prayer” does not violate the Constitution. A number of atheists and agnostics ...

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