Much has happened legally and culturally in the year since the Supreme Court constitutionalized same-sex marriage in Obergefell v. Hodges in June 2015. While the ruling itself concerned same-sex ... (more)
Despite longstanding protections in federal law to keep pro-life doctors, nurses, churches, and religious organizations from being forced to pay for or perform abortions, President Obama’s HHS ... (more)
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