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Trump Undoes the Bathroom Mandate

President Trump has rescinded the “bathroom mandate” put in place by the Obama administration. That order was sent to schools around the country in a “Dear Colleague” letter and directed public schools to open all girls restrooms, locker rooms and changing areas to boys who say they identify as girls. Show More Summary

The AMA’s Dangerous Slide

The American Medical Association (AMA) is once again taking steps to move away from its long-standing opposition to doctor-assisted suicide. The group is meeting next month to consider a recommendation that the AMA take a neutral position on doctor-prescribed death. Show More Summary

‘Jane Roe’ Norma McCorvey Remembered

  Norma McCorvey died Feb. 18 from heart failure at age 69 in Katy, Texas. McCorvey was known as “Jane Roe” in the Roe v. Wade abortion decision that came down from the U.S. Supreme Court in 1973. In 1970, McCorvey was homeless and living on the streets. Show More Summary

Christian Alternative to Boy Scouts Sees Increase in Membership

The Boy Scouts of America recently announced it will accept girls who say they identify as boys into its ranks. The move brought a rush of interest in Trail Life USA, a Christian alternative to the Boy Scouts. The group’s website was busy with families asking how to get their sons involved. Show More Summary

Court Rules Against Florist’s First Amendment Rights

The Washington Supreme Court ruled today that the government can force Barronelle Stutzman, the owner of Arlene’s Flowers, to create floral arrangements for same-sex weddings or face heavy penalties. Stutzman’s attorneys with Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) argued that she was protected by the First Amendment. Show More Summary

State Victories Affirm the Family

Several states have passed laws that move the pendulum back toward a more family-friendly culture. Family Policy Alliance is proud to work with 40 state-based family groups who are working to protect life, promote the family and preserve religious freedom. Show More Summary

Family Values Under Trump | Family Policy Briefing

We’re 25 days into the Trump presidency. How have his choices and policies to date affected the family? Autumn Leva, policy director for Family Policy Alliance, runs down Trump’s cabinet nominees, executive orders and other actions that strengthen family values. The post Family Values Under Trump | Family Policy Briefing appeared first on Family Policy Alliance.

Pro-Lifers Rally Nationwide to Defund Planned Parenthood

Pro-lifers will gather outside more than 200 Planned Parenthood facilities in 44 states on Saturday to call for defunding of the abortion seller. Congress is considering legislation that would reallocate funds from Planned Parenthood to more life-affirming options. Show More Summary

Tucker Carlson Looks at FPA Partnership with Radical Feminist Group

This week, Tucker Carlson Tonight looked at the joint amicus brief filed by Family Policy Alliance and Women’s Liberation Front, known as WoLF. Kara Dansky, an attorney with WoLF, told Carlson that the transgender movement is harmful to women and girls. Show More Summary

Pro-Family Groups to Trump: Make Religious Freedom Great Again

Family Policy Alliance and its alliance of 40 state-based groups is sending a letter urging President Trump to sign a religious freedom Executive Order. The order would strengthen protections for individuals and business owners who don’t want to be forced to violate their deeply held beliefs. Show More Summary

The Government ‘Cafeteria’ | Stoplight

What if the government ran a chain of “cafeterias” for children? What would they serve? How would they treat your family? How far would they go to protect the monopoly? In his Stoplight® commentary, Stuart Shepard explores that analogy in light of recent happenings on Capitol Hill. Show More Summary

Audio: The Gorsuch Nomination and the Administration’s Support for Your Religious Freedom

Stuart Shepard with Family Policy Alliance was a guest on Alabama’s Faith Radio network on February 3. He and host Bob Crittenden discussed the president’s Supreme Court nominee, as well as the strong affirmation of religious freedom by Press Secretary Sean Spicer. Show More Summary

Trump’s Nominees: Who’s In, and Who’s Waiting for A Vote

Out of the 23 positions in the Trump administration that need Senate confirmation, seven have been given a vote. The latest was Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, whose tie vote was broken by Vice President Mike Pence. We’ve created aShow More Summary

Religious Freedom Protections are Just a Signature Away | Family Policy Briefing

President Trump has an opportunity to protect our religious freedoms by signing an Executive Order. The document would make religious freedom for all people, at all times and in all situations. But we don’t just need another Executive Order. Show More Summary

Who Owns Scalia’s Chair? | Stoplight

Elite media outlets are declaring a Supreme Court seat was “stolen.” In his Stoplight® commentary, Stuart Shepard shares some questions you can ask your friends who echo that narrative. Ask your U.S Senators to confirm Judge Gorsuch. The post Who Owns Scalia’s Chair? | Stoplight appeared first on Family Policy Alliance.

Democrats Vow Fight on Trump Nominee | Family Policy Briefing

Democrats are strategizing on how to slow down the confirmation of Judge Neil Gorsuch. The president’s nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court has a first rate education and has had an exemplary career as a judge. Paul Weber of Family Policy Alliance says the confirmation will come, but not without a row on Capitol Hill. Show More Summary

Statesmen Academy Graduate Addresses the U.S. House

U.S. Representative Jim Banks of Indiana spoke on the floor of the House recently congratulating fellow members on the passage of the “No Taxpayer Funding of Abortion” act. He also encouraged Congress to continue to press for more laws that protect preborn babies and their mothers. Show More Summary

Making it Difficult to be in the Abortion Business

Family Policy Alliance is proud to work with 39 state-based family groups to promote the sanctity of human life. Many of these states have passed laws to regulate abortion facilities or restrict when abortions can be performed. The result?...Show More Summary

States at the Front of the Pro-Life Charge | Family Policy Briefing

Individual states are the leaders in pro-life legislation. Their efforts have resulted in fewer abortions and abortion facilities and encourage the federal government to protect life. Just this week, the U.S. House voted in support of the “No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion” bill. Show More Summary

Who Will Be Trump’s Supreme Court Nominee?

Today, President Donald Trump met with Senate leaders to discuss his Supreme Court nominee. Sources have said the announcement could come next week. On the campaign trail, the President announced a list of possible Supreme Court picks. Show More Summary

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