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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.
Sixty-six members of Congress have called on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to reverse a Trump administration rule that allows federally-funded social...
Bethany Christian Services' decision reflects polling showing Christians are more flexible about placing children in same-sex homes.
Rule builds upon past actions seeking to grant social service agencies license to discriminate
Poll drops just as Supreme Court is about to hear oral arguments in case involving religiously-based refusals
Following Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court, LGBTQ advocates are looking down the road at the possibility that a 6-3 conservative majority...
Advocates say eliminating data on marginalized groups makes it harder to ensure positive outcomes for youth in foster care
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
Government argued it isn't responsible for Miracle Hill's refusal to work with same-sex couples and others
Court will decide whether child placement agencies that discriminate based on religion are entitled to taxpayer funds
Critics warn of longer waiting times for children seeking permanent placements and a possible economic backlash to the bill
Bill shrinks pool of available foster and adoptive parents in the name of protecting religious beliefs
Alphonso David says recent executive actions are trying to "erase" LGBTQ people and attack "the core of our identity"
Rule allows child placement agencies to receive taxpayer money while discriminating against prospective parents