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On narrow grounds, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a Catholic adoption agency's right tt refuse to place children with same-sex couples.
Bethany Christian Services' decision reflects polling showing Christians are more flexible about placing children in same-sex homes.
Poll drops just as Supreme Court is about to hear oral arguments in case involving religiously-based refusals
The 48-year old appeals judge is on record criticizing courts for ruling in favor of marriage equality and transgender rights
HHS waiver is part of a "pattern of discrimination" on the part of the Trump administration aimed at limiting the rights and freedoms of LGBTQ...
Government argues that Philadelphia's decision to cut ties with Catholic Social Services was religious discrimination
Court will decide whether child placement agencies that discriminate based on religion are entitled to taxpayer funds
Court finds city's nondiscrimination policy did not violate a Catholic foster care agency's religious freedom
A Catholic adoption service is suing the city because it can't discriminate against same-sex couples
Supreme Court refuses to take up Catholic foster care agency's lawsuit against Philadelphia
Last week, a federal judge ruled that religiously-affiliated child placement agencies do not have a right to refuse to place children with same-sex couples by...
The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a motion in federal court asking to intervene in a lawsuit brought by Catholic Social Services against the...