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CA governor vetoes religious employee reproductive privacy bill

CA governor vetoes religious employee reproductive privacy bill

California Governor Jerry Brown has vetoed legislation that would have prohibited religiously affiliated institutions from taking employment action against non-ministerial employees for their reproductive health decisions including “the use of any drug, device, or medical service.”

 
 

New Law – California will not participate in any federal religious registry

New Law – California will not participate in any federal religious registry

California Governor Jerry Brown signed a new law that will prevent state and local agencies and employees from disclosing information about a person’s religious beliefs to the federal government for use in creating a database for law enforcement or religious purposes.

 
 

Advocate Realities: Tips and Principles

Advocate Realities: Tips and Principles

By Shawn D'Abreu – Some suggestions for your life as an activist.

 
 

Federal Judge rules Pennsylvania county seal violates Establishment Clause

Federal Judge rules Pennsylvania county seal violates Establishment Clause

A Federal judge has ruled that a Pennsylvania county seal and flag that prominently feature a cross violates the Establishment Clause.

 
 

Supreme Court may hear California pregnancy center free speech cases

Supreme Court may hear California pregnancy center free speech cases

The U.S. Supreme Court is currently considering whether to hear a cases brought by three California faith-based pregnancy counseling organizations that are challenging a California law that require every licensed pregnancy center in the state to inform its clients of publicly funded abortion and contraception services. The organizations claim that the law violates their freedom of speech by requiring them […]

 
 

Trump judicial nominee Barrett faces religious tests from left and right

Trump judicial nominee Barrett faces religious tests from left and right

At the committee hearing, Democrat Sen. Feinstein questioned her Catholic beliefs on abortion and Republican Sen. Cruz questioned her on the death penalty.

 
 

Supreme Court may consolidate same-sex wedding cake and flower cases

Supreme Court may consolidate same-sex wedding cake and flower cases

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a same-sex wedding cake case in the next term and is considering whether to grant certiorari in a similar case involving a florist.

 
 

Dominionism and the Rise of Alt-Christianity

Dominionism and the Rise of Alt-Christianity

Dominionism has many variations, but simply stated it is the belief that Christians can and must have political, social, and religious dominance in the world.

 
 

4,000+ faith leaders ask Congress to keep Johnson Amendment

4,000+ faith leaders ask Congress to keep Johnson Amendment

Over 4,000 faith leaders from all 50 states have signed onto a letter asking Congress to keep the Johnson Amendment as part of the tax code to protect houses of worship and other tax-exempt organizations "from being pressured by politicans for endorsements."

 
 

Guest Article: Lessons from My Childhood

Guest Article: Lessons from My Childhood

"My Mom loved to read. She probably read one book a week. My Dad used to say that she always had her nose in a book. But her love of reading also translated into a love of the world of ideas."