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America is about to make an important decision. In his Stoplight® commentary, Stuart Shepard asks a few questions that Donald Trump should answer. Family Policy Alliance and our allies have written an open letter to Mr. Trump asking these questions and more. Show More Summary
Fifty-one families signed on to a lawsuit seeking to change a dangerous restroom policy enacted by a Chicago-area public school. It allows students to use the restroom of the gender which with they say they “identify.” It would give boys access to girls restrooms, locker rooms and showers. Show More Summary
Lawmakers in Minnesota are considering positive approaches to key issues. John Helmberger shares how bills concerning life and privacy are getting some traction. Stuart Shepard interviewed the CEO of the Minnesota Family Council at our...Show More Summary
Target’s stock price has fallen 5.8 percent over the last two weeks, 2.5 percent on Friday alone. Many are pointing to an outpouring of opposition to the store’s announcement that men would be allowed access to women’s restrooms and changing rooms. Show More Summary
Republicans on the House Armed Services Committee rejected an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act that would have turned military base hospitals into abortion centers. Department of Defense policy does not allow taxpayer-funded abortions. Show More Summary
Family Policy Alliance is proud to work with nearly 40 state-based family policy councils, including The Family Foundation of Virginia. Victoria Cobb is president of the organization. This op-ed appeared in the Richmond Times-Dispatch. Show More Summary
A federal appeals court ruled in favor of a transgender teen. It’s the first time a court has ruled that the term “sex” no longer applies to the biological differences between men and women, but rather how a person feels about theirShow More Summary
Target announced a change in policy that allows men access to the women’s restrooms and changing rooms in their stores. In a statement, the company said: “We welcome transgender team members and guests to use the restroom or fittingShow More Summary
Gateways to Better Education helps public schools teach about the important contribution the Bible and Christianity make to the world. Eric Buehrer is the president and founder. School officials in Middleton, Wisconsin, are upset at a group of moms who are eating lunch with their high school children and their friends. Show More Summary
The push to allow men access to women’s rest rooms, locker rooms and other public accommodations has reached a fever pitch. The launching point for such insanity? Tolerance. In her commentary, Kim Trobee takes a look at what drives the many to cave to the demands of the few. The post Beware the Tolerance of the Tyrant appeared first on Family Policy Alliance.
Family Policy Alliance is proud to work with nearly 40 state-based family groups, including the Family Policy Institute of Washington. What happens when a 5’9” man visits a college campus and tells students he’s really a 6’5” Chinese...Show More Summary
Our Stuart Shepard is a regular guest on Faith Radio in Alabama. On this program that aired April 15, he and Bob Crittenden discuss the name change from CitizenLink to Family Policy Alliance, the new privacy law in North Carolina, and the presidential campaign. Show More Summary
CitizenLink is becoming Family Policy Alliance. President and CEO Paul Weber explains the reasons for the change and what it means for you. The post What Our Name Change is All About appeared first on Family Policy Alliance.
If government offers a program to everyone, can it reject some people specifically because they happen to be Christian? That’s exactly what happened in Missouri, and the Supreme Court will decide the legal question in June. Both sides are currently filing briefs in the case. Show More Summary
JJ’s family has a saying: “You can’t hurt steel.” That explains the way he’s facing a terminal diagnosis of brain cancer. And why he rejects assisted suicide. Your gift to CitizenLink will mobilize biblical citizens, lobby state legislators and stop the spread of assisted suicide. The post Will You Fight for Life with JJ? appeared first on Family Policy Alliance.
The privacy and safety of women and children protected North Carolina lawmakers are protecting the privacy and safety of women and children. They unanimously passed a bill that would prevent men from entering women’s restrooms, locker rooms and showers. Show More Summary
New ordinance only allows the chaplains of the city police and fire departments to open the meetings with prayer. The Council had approved a moment of silence to replace the regular prayers after a Satanist from Tucson was scheduled to give an opening prayer in February. Show More Summary
The Little Sisters of the Poor The Little Sisters of the Poor will have their case heard at the Supreme Court. The group cares for the elderly and the poor at the end of life. But the Obama administration wants to force these kind-hearted nuns to offer contraceptives and possible abortion-causing drugs in their healthcare […] The post Obama vs. Show More Summary
A special session to be held to consider undoing a troubling city ordinance. North Carolina lawmakers want to protect the privacy of women and children. They will hold a special session to consider undoing a troubling city ordinance....Show More Summary
CitizenLink is proud to work with an alliance of nearly 40 state-based family policy councils, including the North Carolina Family Policy Council. John Rustin is the President and Executive Director of the group. http://www.ncfamily.org/business-opposition-hb-2-hrc-orchestrated-not-organic/...Show More Summary