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Pastor Andrew Brunson’s Release Reveals Trump’s Religious Freedom Priorities
Freeing the American pastor imprisoned in Turkey became a cause among the Christian right, and another way for Trump to prove himself to Evangelicals.
Good News for Kansas: Governor Brownback to Be Confirmed for Ambassadorship
Relief is in sight for Kansas.
Trump Executive Order Aims to Relax Ban on Political Activity by Churches
The move is a symbolic victory for Christian conservatives, but it wouldn’t actually change the law.
Judge Neil Gorsuch’s Rope-a-Dope Act With Democratic Senators
The SCOTUS nominee avoids saying anything controversial, frustrating his opposition.
Kentucky Just Passed a Law That Allows LGBTQ Discrimination in Schools
The “religious freedom” law could bar LGBTQ students from joining student groups.
Indiana Rethinks Religious-Freedom Law After Losing Wilco Concert
State lawmakers unveil a fix.
World Religions Unite to Defeat Teen Mall Brand
Fitch’s “looks policy” strikes again.
Mississippi Passes Religious Freedom Bill; Anti-Gay Activists Thrilled
Civil-rights groups worry it could be a cover for discrimination.
Obama’s Contraception Rule Has Republicans Remembering Social Issues
candidates and Catholic leaders appreciate the opening to battle the administration on a social issue.
Will the NYPD Allow Officers to Wear a Full Turban on the Job?
A Queens councilman says their current policy discriminates against Sikhs.