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Lawsuit Seeks To Reverse Fda’s ‘Reckless’ Approval Of Abortion Pills

Foes of the abortion pill are taking their fight to court, accusing the Food and Drug Administration of placing “politics over science” when it sanctioned the two-drug pregnancy-termination regimen in 2000.

‘Threatens Our Most Basic Freedom’: Attorney’s Dire Warning About the Respect for Marriage Act

An attorney with conservative legal firm Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) is warning the passage of the Respect for Marriage Act could end up “completely blowing up the understanding of marriage” while also sparking increased legal battles for Christians.

Faith in U.S. Military Drops

Australia's defense minister says they cannot rely on the United States as a security guarantor.

Female Beauty Pageants Can Exclude Men Who Identify as Women, 9th Circuit Rules

A federal appeals court this week upheld the rights of female-only beauty pageants to exclude biological males in a major case that impacts the debate over transgenderism in society.

Newsom Signs Bill That Removes Children From Parents Who Oppose Transgender Treatments

California Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed a bill into law that he says protects transgender-identifying children but that critics say will allow the state to take custody of out-of-state minors whose parents oppose transgender treatments.

New York Court Says State Can’t Shut Down Christian Adoption Agency

The agency only places children in homes with married mother and father.

States to Ban Gas-Powered Cars Despite EVs’ Human, Environmental Costs

In Chile’s Salar de Atacama, locals watch helplessly as their ancestral lands wither and die, their precious water resources evaporating in briny salars.

Court Rules California Can’t Force Churches to Fund Abortions

“Hope you are well. Thank you again for meeting with us last week, we were very pleased to hear about the actions that HHS is taking on this issue."

German Court Rules Pro-Life People Have a Right to Pray Outside Abortion Businesses

Silent prayer gatherings in the vicinity of an abortion counseling facility cannot be prohibited, so ruled the Mannheim Administrative Court.

Court Rules California Can’t Force Churches to Cover Abortion in Insurance Plans

A federal court struck down a California mandate Aug. 25 that required churches to pay for elective abortions through their health insurance plans despite their Biblical convictions.

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