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Would you like to have better candidates on the ballot? Maybe some who share your values? That’s what Family Policy Foundation’s Statesmen Academy is all about. Abigail Whelan was part of the inaugural class of men and women who are answering a call to public service. Show More Summary
We want you have trusted information to make your decisions at the polls on Nov. 8. On our Voter Guide page, you’ll find information for 26 states prepared by our allies. You can also download our Presidential Comparison guide. Rather...Show More Summary
Are you struggling with what to do this election season? A lot of us are. In his Stoplight® commentary, Stuart Shepard suggests you should “Vote for the Country You Want.” Thank you for sharing Stoplight with your friends. The post Vote for the Country You Want | Stoplight appeared first on Family Policy Alliance.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a California law forcing pro-life pregnancy centers to promote abortion. The Reproductive FACT Act mandates that these centers make information about public programs with “free or low-cost access” to abortion and contraceptive services available to clients. Show More Summary
We hear you! We’re all struggling with this presidential election. John Paulton, our director of political operations, cuts through the campaign fog and offers you some clarity on where the candidates stand on the issues that you care about. Download the printable guide. The post The Candidates on the Issues | Family Policy Briefing appeared first on Family Policy Alliance.
Doctor-assisted suicide may not be on the ballot in your state, but many states will face this threat in the future. Surprisingly, research indicates even Christians believe the practice does not go against biblical teaching. John Stonestreet is a Christian author and writer whose work is published at BreakPoint.org. Show More Summary
Amid the din of election news, the U.S. Supreme Court quietly went back to work last week. Justice Antonin Scalia’s seat is still vacant. It will remain so until after the election. The justices have taken more than 30 cases. One inShow More Summary
A federal judge has ruled that pregnancy centers in the greater Baltimore area do not have to promote any message other than the message of life. Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and the City Council had moved to force the pro-life...Show More Summary
Coloradans are voting on assisted suicide. We want you to have the best pro-life information, so you can make a wise vote. These resources are for you, and sharable with your family and friends. Why You Should Vote ‘No’ Proposition 106,...Show More Summary
Planned Parenthood took a shot at Mike Pence prior to the vice presidential debate, calling him the “most extreme lawmaker of the 21st century.” The honor was bestowed on Pence because he has worked tirelessly to protect the sanctity of life in the state of Indiana. Show More Summary
Past elections have seen millions of Christians stay home from the polls – with disastrous results. This year, let’s make our voices heard. Make plans today to unleash your citizenship. This video from United in Purpose shows that one vote really could make a huge difference. The post Your Vote Matters! appeared first on Family Policy Alliance.
2016 marks the first time Meridian will be able to vote for President. It’s a challenging year for that, but she says it’s still important to vote. YOU can help reach others like Meridian today! Each $30 you give will rally 50 pro-family voters to the polls to cast ballots for family, life and religious freedom. Show More Summary
More than 8,900 students, parents and community members have signed on to a friend-of-the-court brief asking the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold student privacy and safety. The document concerns the Gloucester County School Board in Virginia. Show More Summary
Emails are coming to light linking the California attorney general’s office with Planned Parenthood in an effort to stop pro-lifers seeking to produce videos of what happens behind the scenes at the abortion seller. California lawmakers...Show More Summary
Eric Buehrer is the president of Gateways to Better Education and author of the professional development seminar, Faith, Freedom & Public Schools: Addressing the Bible and Christianity without Mixing Church and State. To bring the seminar to your community, call (800) 929-1163 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Show More Summary
Paul Weber, president and CEO of Family Policy Alliance, reflects on some things he didn’t see in the first presidential debate that have him concerned. And he gives us information on an event that might just help us decide how to vote in November. Show More Summary
Beginning September 30, If 7:14 is calling people to pray twice a day for 40 days leading up to the election. The campaign, #Focus4Forty, hopes to inspire Americans to pray for revival during one of the most contentious elections in recent history. Show More Summary
The media attention is focused on the presidential race, but there are many important Senate races at stake around the country. John Paulton, director of political operations for Family Policy Alliance, outlines the importance of maintaining...Show More Summary
This weekend marks Citizenship Sunday – the kickoff of a national voter registration drive prior to the November election. In 2008, millions of voters stayed home, giving the final count to Barack Obama and four more years of progressive policies that have taken aim at life, family, marriage and religious freedom. Show More Summary
The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) is threatening to pull games from North Carolina because of the passage of HB 2, the bill that protects the privacy and safety of women and children in locker rooms, restrooms and other public facilities. Show More Summary