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Kicking Jesus Off the Bus | Stoplight

Someone thinks a particular Word is not something people should see on a bus stop bench. Thankfully, the pastor who placed it there understands his First Amendment rights. Stuart Shepard explains in his Stoplight® commentary. The post Kicking Jesus Off the Bus | Stoplight appeared first on Family Policy Alliance.

It’s Time… to Think Bigger than Trump

Family Policy Alliance is proud to work with nearly 40 state-based family policy groups, including The Family Leader in Iowa. Bob Vander Plaats is the president and CEO. This article first appeared on their website. More Summary

Top Court Gives Abortion Industry a Gift | Family Policy Briefing

The U.S. Supreme Court struck down a commonsense Texas law that requires abortion facilities to meet the same standards as other surgical centers, putting the lives of women at risk. Autumn Leva tells us the effects of the decision may...Show More Summary

Supreme Court Puts Abortion Above a Woman’s Right to Basic Care

Five justices on the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a Texas law today that required abortion sellers to meet the same level of medical safety standards as other similar surgical centers. Writing for the majority, Justice Stephen Breyer...Show More Summary

A Handshake from Trump | Family Policy Briefing

About a thousand evangelical leaders met with presidential hopeful Donald Trump, today in New York. Paul Weber, Family Policy Alliance President and CEO, was in that meeting. He described it as the beginning of a longer conversation....Show More Summary

Marriage Supporters to March on Anniversary of Supreme Court Decision

The March for Marriage in Washington, D.C., will be held on Saturday, June 25, the one-year anniversary of the Supreme Court ruling that redefined marriage. The Obergefell v. Hodges ruling blatantly ignored the U.S. Constitution and wrongly imposed the will of five justices on all 50 states. Show More Summary

California Law in Court: Attorneys Hope to Stop State from Forcing Abortion Support

Hearings are under way in the case of a California law that forces pro-life pregnancy centers to promote abortion. AB 775 requires licensed medical centers offering services to pregnant women to post a disclosure that California offers free or low-cost abortion and contraception services. Show More Summary

Judge Who Ruled Against Florist to Face Electoral Challenge from Her Attorney

Attorney Alicia Berry, who formerly represented a florist in a religious freedom case, has announced she’s running for Superior Court Judge in Position 3 in Washington state. The seat is currently held by a judge who ruled against religious freedom. Show More Summary

A Sit-Down with Donald Trump | Family Policy Briefing

Evangelical leaders will get the opportunity to ask Donald Trump about his stand on life, marriage and religious freedom. Trump will speak to and hear from a large group next week as part of an effort to get clarity on his positions on issues important to the family. Show More Summary

Praying for Orlando

In the wake of the terror attack in Orlando, Paul Weber, president and CEO of Family Policy Alliance, has a word of encouragement for the victims, the Orlando community and for us. The post Praying for Orlando appeared first on Family Policy Alliance.

Groups Move to Protect Churches from IRS Intrusion

Family Policy Alliance, along with dozens of other groups, has signed a letter supporting the “Preventing IRS Abuse and Protecting Free Speech Act” in the U.S. House. HR 5053 would eliminate the requirement for non-profits to include information about their contributors in tax filings. Show More Summary

Pennsylvania House to Vote on Dangerous Bathroom Bill

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives could vote as early as Tuesday on a “bathroom bill.” HB 1510 would open women’s restrooms, locker rooms, showers and changing areas to everyone, regardless of their biological sex. The measure would also force Christian business owners to violate their conscience when it comes to hiring practices. Show More Summary

Nothing to Say | Stoplight

In an unusual turn of events, Stuart Shepard couldn’t come up with anything to say about the remaining two presidential nominees – or their agendas – or their supporters – or how all that measures up against our values – and how we should decide what to do. Show More Summary

Obama Takes Aim at Therapy for Unwanted Same-Sex Attractions

President Obama is broadening his attack on biblical sexuality. In a statement this week, the president reiterated his stand on opening bathrooms to all sexes and even went further by blasting therapy efforts to help those with unwanted same-sex attractions. Show More Summary

Kansas Vows to Protect Women and Children from Obama’s Bathroom Agenda

Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced that his state will join in suing the federal government over its bathroom mandate. It’s not yet clear whether Kansas will join the 11 other states that have already filed, or whether it will sue on its own. Show More Summary

What Is. | Stoplight

The Obama Administration is demanding that boys in public school to have access to the girls locker rooms and showers – else they’ll cut federal funding for schools. In his Stoplight® commentary, Stuart Shepard explains the “language magic tricks” that are used to make that argument. Show More Summary

Opinion: School Districts Should Kiss Federal Education Funding Goodbye

Family Policy Alliance is proud to work with nearly 40 state-based family policy groups, including the Family Policy Institute of Washington. The federal government is threatening to withhold federal education funding from local school districts that disobey the recent Obama administration bathroom directive. Show More Summary

Your Statesmen Academy

In the toxic world of today’s politics, the teachings of Jesus and Paul can seem oddly quaint and thoroughly misplaced. How can political opponents love one another, be gracious and even forgiving? The fact is, all of these principles...Show More Summary

States Take Obama Administration to Task for Bathroom Decree

Several states have jointly filed a lawsuit against the Obama Administration for pushing its bathroom agenda onto public schools. An announcement was made recently, giving “guidance” on Title IX and opening all public school bathrooms, showers and locker rooms to all students regardless of their biological sex. Show More Summary

College Kids Say the Darndest Things: On Gender

The debate over gender confusion is everywhere right now. Protecting the privacy and safety of women and girls in the most vulnerable spaces – locker rooms, showers and restrooms – is on the national stage. Family Policy Alliance is proud to work with the Family Policy Institute of Washington. Show More Summary

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