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Missouri bill requires age verification on porn sites

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Missouri lawmakers have found a bi-partisan issue: making it harder for minors to access porn sites by requiring websites to verify the age of users. Several bills have been proposed by Democrat ...

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Verdict on broker fees rocks real estate industry

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The National Association of Realtors, HomeServices of America and Keller Williams plan to appeal a jury’s verdict finding them guilty of colluding to inflate or maintain high commission rates and fees. The ...

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SCOTUS declines to reinstate Missouri’s Second Amendment Preservation Act

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The U.S. Supreme Court late last week decided not to reinstate Missouri’s Second Amendment Preservation Act, at least for now. The law would have barred authorities from enforcing federal gun laws. U.S. ...

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Supreme Court declines to hear appeal by pro-life group that exposed Planned Parenthood

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Pro-life activists facing heavy fines for releasing undercover videos exposing Planned Parenthood employees will not be able to argue their case before the U.S. Supreme Court. The court earlier this week declined ...

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Football coach who won SCOTUS prayer case resigns to advocate for religious freedom

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Coach Joe Kennedy, who took his fight to pray after high school football games all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, was reinstated as an assistant at Bremerton (Wash.) High School. ...

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100 law clerks pen letter defending Justice Clarence Thomas

More than 100 former law clerks for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas have signed an open letter that stands as a defense of his integrity against media reports suggesting he received inappropriate ...

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Missouri Supreme Court rules parents can be jailed if kids miss too much school

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Missouri parents can be jailed if their children fail to attend school regularly, the state Supreme Court ruled this week. The litigation centered around Tamarae LaRue and Caitlyn Williams in Lebanon, Mo., ...

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Biden administration seeks to overturn laws that prohibit online censorship

The Biden administration is asking the Supreme Court to strike down laws that prevent Facebook and other social media from censoring political and religious speech. The laws, passed in Texas and Florida, ...

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Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu doing well after receiving pacemaker

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu received a pacemaker during emergency heart surgery Sunday. “He was admitted urgently to Sheba Medical Center,” said Dr. Eyal Nof, the head of invasive electrophysiology service at the Sheba Medical ...

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Eroding donor privacy unites right and left against states

The threat to donor privacy is continuing despite a U.S. Supreme Court ruling two years ago that many thought had ended it once and for all. Proposals introduced in more than a ...

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Only one in three Americans have confidence in the church, Gallup finds

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Only about one-third of Americans have confidence in the church or organized religion, and even fewer have faith in public schools. Gallup sampled Americans’ level of trust in more than a dozen ...

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Hawley clashes with St. Louis reporter over wife’s work on recent Supreme Court case

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Missouri Republican Sen. Josh Hawley is accusing a St. Louis TV reporter of misogyny after the reporter noted that Hawley’s wife worked on the legal team that represented the Christian graphic designer ...

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Suspicious fire destroys inside of church on anniversary of abortion ruling

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Church-goers continue to worship off site after a fire that destroyed an Orlando Catholic church on the first anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health ruling. The fire mirros ...

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Student loan bailout unconstitutional, Supreme Court rules

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The Supreme Court has ruled 6-3 that the Biden administration’s student loan bailout unconstitutional. Biden unveiled the plan in August 2022 in a move critics decried as a constitutionally dubious attempt to ...

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Pro-life leaders celebrate anniversary of court decision overturning Roe v. Wade

Pro-life leaders this week celebrated the one-year anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision that overturned Roe v. Wade. “Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America has been working very hard and very ...

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Supreme Court could hand down these 5 decisions today

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The Supreme Court today could hand down five important decisions as part of 18 cases heard this term. Just two weeks remain before the summer recess. This week’s decisions will come today ...

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Help for Christians navigating pro-life conversations

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As the United States marks the first anniversary the overturning of Roe v. Wade, many individuals are grappling with how to engage in conversations with those who disagree with the decision. For ...

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U.S. Supreme Court rules against College of the Ozarks in housing case

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The College of the Ozarks in Branson will not be able to revive its lawsuit challenging a federal directive prohibiting housing discrimination based on gender identity or sexual orientation, the U.S. Supreme ...

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Nation’s first taxpayer-funded Catholic school approved in Oklahoma

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St. Isidore of Seville Catholic Virtual School in Oklahoma is set to become the nation’s first taxpayer-funded Catholic school. The Statewide Virtual Charter School Board approved the proposal this week. Notre Dame Law ...

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Government’s new “guidance” on student religious expression raises concerns

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The Biden administration’s new guidance on religious expression in public schools is raising red flags among religious rights legal groups. Earlier this week, the U.S. Department of Education released “Guidance on Constitutionally ...

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Supreme Court hears case over government “home equity theft”

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After a 94-year-old woman lost her home to “home equity theft” by the county, she sued and now the U.S. Supreme Court seems sympathetic to her case. The court heard arguments April ...

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Idaho becomes first state to ban abortion trafficking

Last week, Idaho Gov. Brad Little signed a bill into law making it illegal for an adult to help an underage girl obtain an abortion without consent from a parent or guardian. ...

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Atheists criticize NYC mayor for linking violence to removal of prayer from schools

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Democratic New York Mayor Eric Adams received support from Christians who said he was stating the obvious about prayer and crime. Now, he’s under attack by atheist groups for saying banning prayer ...

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U.S. Justice Department indicts eight pro-life activists for blocking clinic access

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The U.S. Department of Justice continues to target pro-life activities even after one protester was found innocent in federal court. Now, eight more people face federal charges of blocking access to an ...

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At CPAC, Missouri Senator warns of government overreach

Sen. Eric Schmitt is warning that the United States is at a crossroads and that government overreach and media control represent the biggest threats to Americans’ freedoms. The Missouri Republican made the ...

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