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Judge rules overly-broad religious exemptions disrupt "uninterrupted effective flow of health care to Americans"
Rule allows child placement agencies to receive taxpayer money while discriminating against prospective parents
A federal judge in Michigan has ruled that a Catholic adoption agency can refuse to place children with same-sex couples due to its religious beliefs,...
Court must decide whether business refused to print shirts due to their message or the sexual orientation of the customer
Reaffirmed ruling finds no evidence of anti-religious bias in decision against Arlene's Flowers owner Barronelle Stutzman
Opponents see the bill as an attempt to circumvent local ordinances prohibiting anti-LGBTQ discrimination
To coincide with the National Day of Prayer, President Trump announced the issuance of a finalized rule from the Department of Health and Human Services...
South Bend mayor says his quarrel is with how the vice president uses his beliefs to justify anti-gay discrimination
Masterpiece Cakeshop owner Jack Phillips claims the state of Colorado is unfairly targeting him due to his religious beliefs
Peter Vlaming claims that acknowledging the student's gender identity violates his religious beliefs
Business owners claim the pro-LGBTQ law violates their freedom of religion
State's largest LGBTQ organization believes law is unconstitutional, and will be introducing a repeal bill in January
"No Excuse" campaign seeks to start conversations about efforts to deny services to LGBTQ people
South Carolina lawmakers have inserted a little-publicized amendment into an appropriations bill to allow adoption agencies that receive taxpayer money to discriminate against same-sex couples and...
Order is "encouraging federal dollars to flow to organizations that discriminate"