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Christian Teacher Suspended For Refusing To Budge On Biblical Stance On Sexuality Scores Major Supreme Court Win

The Supreme Court in Virginia has rejected an appeal from Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS), therefore enforcing a lower court ruling that ordered the school district to reinstate Christian teacher Tanner Cross, who was suspended for refusing to call transgender students by their preferred pronouns.

Court Rules Against Bayer in Roundup Cancer Trial Appeal, Cites Monsanto’s ‘Willful’ Disregard for Safety

The appeals court said Monsanto had not shown that federal law preempted claims made by plaintiffs Alva and Alberta Pilliod, who in 2019 were awarded a combined $87 million after lawyers argued years of using Roundup weedkiller caused them both to develop non-Hodgkin lymphoma.

Platt’s McLean Bible Church Hit With Attempted Takeover, Lawsuit from Opposition

The suburban DC megachurch’s recent scuffle over race and politics is symptomatic of a broader evangelical rift.

Judge Allows Part of Fulton County Election Lawsuit to Proceed, Plaintiff Claims ‘Victory’

A Georgia judge on June 24 dismissed seven of nine claims in a Fulton County election lawsuit while allowing two to proceed that require the county to produce digital images of some 150,000 mail-in ballots that are at the center of plaintiffs’ allegations of fraud in the 2020 presidential election.

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