Federal district court judge says churches are not “public accommodations,” facility use and speech activity out of reach of Iowa state government agencies.
U.S. District Court Judge: State of Iowa officials have no business trying to decide which church activities are religious and which ones aren’t.
ADF Senior Counsel Steve O’Ban argued in federal district court in favor of suspending an Iowa law that censors and attempts to control churches.
ADF filed a brief in federal court that exposes deficiencies in the Iowa Civil Rights Commission’s arguments against suspending Iowa Civil Rights Act.
This week Christiana Holcomb with Alliance Defending Freedom and former federal prosecutor Matt Whitaker join us on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio.
The Iowa Civil Rights Commission revised their LGBTQ brochure’s language about how the Iowa Civil Rights Act applies to churches after two churches sue.
In response to a lawsuit Houston city attorneys subpoena five pastors’ sermons related to homosexuality, the city’s openly lesbian mayor and other topics.
More than 3,500 pastors in all 50 states and Puerto Rico are supporting Alliance Defending Freedom’s seventh annual Pulpit Freedom Sunday on Oct. 5.