The University of Iowa reversed its earlier decision to purge 39 faith-based student groups from campus after InterVarsity Graduate Christian Fellowship sued.
The University of Iowa officially deregistered InterVarsity, along with 38 other student groups, because they are “non-compliant” with their non-discrimination policies.
Pro-life leaders celebrated the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision in NIFLA v. Becerra protecting crisis pregnancy centers from California’s forced speech law.
There are two positive aspects of the Supreme Court’s decision in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission that we will see in future cases.
Congress’ action ensures that FEMA’s new policy will endure so that houses of worship are treated equally alongside secular nonprofit organizations applying for disaster aid.
Business Leaders in Christ (BLinC), who sued the University of Iowa after they were kicked off campus last fall for requiring their leaders to agree with their statement of faith, claimed a victory in federal district court.
Montse Alvarado: Amid the chaos of an historic election and the naming of a new Supreme Court Justice, victories for religious liberty were won across the country, protecting the freedoms of people of all faith, and no faith at all.
Daniel Blomberg with the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty and Shane Vander Hart discuss the University of Iowa kicking a Chrisitan group off campus.
Becket announced that a Christian student group, Business Leaders in Christ (BLinC), filed a lawsuit in federal court against the University of Iowa.
A federal district court protected the rights of families and their doctors to make medical decisions for their child free from government interference.
The Supreme Court this morning ruled 5-4 in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. that the Federal government could not compel “closely-held” corporations who hold religious exemptions to opt-out of the Obamacare mandate that they cover contraceptives. The ruling covered two separate lawsuits filed by Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties against the U.S. Department […]
Proposed rules announced by Kathleen Sebelius for the HHS contraceptives mandate brodens definition of “religious employer, but excludes companies owned by people of faith.