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A prominent anti-LGBTQ religious group is seeking to overturn New Jersey’s ban on conversion therapy and other similar bans throughout the country. Earlier this month,...
Rationale for partial injunction could be used to challenge or curtail other broad-based bans on conversion therapy
Bill seeks to discipline therapists who attempt to forcibly change youth's sexual orientation or gender identity
Conservative Christian therapists argue the bans violate their free speech rights and religious beliefs
After LGBTQ advocates urge boycott of vote, referendum falls short of required turnout threshold
Religious leaders and American social conservatives, applied pressure to lawmakers in pushing for constitutional referendum
But Scott Lively and Liberty Counsel claim victory on grounds that judge's remarks have no binding legal effect
The National LGBT Bar Association has launched a new campaign asking attorneys across the nation to repudiate anti-LGBTQ legal groups and pledge not to support...
Lawsuit claims the bans violate therapists' and clients' First Amendment rights, and a host of other laws
Proceeds from sale of book, which tells of encounters with "fist-pounding homosexual men," will benefit Liberty Counsel
Kim Davis, the Kentucky county clerk who became a conservative cause célèbre after she went to jail rather than adhere to a judge’s...
Just when you thought she was out of the public spotlight, Kentucky’s Kim Davis has once again re-emerged to oppose same-sex unions, this time taking...
Mat Staver takes issue with Southern Poverty Law Center's characterization of his organization as a "hate group"
Court finds conservatives lacked standing to sue the school board
A federal judge has ruled that Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis, who made national headlines when she went to jail rather than issue marriage licenses to...