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Supreme Court Could OK New Defense of Kentucky Abortion Law

The Supreme Court on Tuesday seemed inclined to allow Kentucky's Republican attorney general to continue defending a restriction on abortion rights that had been struck down by lower courts.

California bans travel to Ohio over law protecting religious freedom of healthcare professionals

California's Attorney General has barred state employees from traveling to Ohio using taxpayer dollars over its enactment of a law that he characterized as "anti-LBGTQ+."

In Wake of SCOTUS Ruling, Another Conservative State’s Governor Makes a Major Pro-Life Announcement

The Supreme Court shocked the country on Wednesday when it allowed Texas’ new abortion law to go into effect while it is still being challenged in court.

Supremes slap down Biden’s eviction moratorium

Plan to take properties from owners to give to nonpaying renters 'strains credulity'

Canadian Pastor Who Faces 4-Year Jail Sentence For ‘Inciting’ Church Warns Americans: ‘The Enemy Is Not Hiding Anymore’

The Polish-Canadian pastor who faces a potential four-year jail sentence for holding church services in Calgary, Alberta, is warning Americans that the tyranny he saw growing up in communist Poland has spread to Western countries.

‘Anti-Misgendering’ Law Struck Down in California

A California appeals court struck down a state law that penalized elder-care workers for using incorrect pronouns when referring to elderly long-term care patients.

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