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  • In a Post-Abortion America, the Pro-Life Movement Must Prepare to Change Attitudes toward Adoption

    by Dan Hart

    June 7, 2019: With the end of Roe now in sight, we must prepare more urgently for a future America where adoption is seen as both the lawful option and the loving one. This is a thrilling and encouraging moment for the pro-life movement in the U.S., as American society shifts further away from abortion in both its attitudes and policies. Last month, Alabama governor Kay Ivey signed into law the strongest pro-life measure in America, and Louisiana and Missouri recently enacted their strongest-ever pro-life laws, bringing to seven the total number of states that have this year banned abortion after six weeks' gestation.

  • Breanna Koski and Joanna Duka

    by Dan Hart

    May 31, 2016: Summary: In 2015, Breanna Koski and Joanna Duka started their own art studio in Phoenix that specializes in hand-painted lettering and calligraphy for weddings and other events. The two met at a Bible study and discovered their shared love of beauty, which led the artistic duo to open Brush & Nib. Soon thereafter, Koski and Duka became aware of a city ordinance that not only requires them to create artwork for same-sex marriages if requested by a customer, but also bars them from verbally expressing their religious beliefs pertaining to marriage. The artists decided that they needed to take preemptive legal action to defend their religious liberty rights and to protect their freedom of artistic expression. In May 2016, Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) filed a pre-enforcement challenge on the women's behalf against the Phoenix ordinance. "It's unjust, unnecessary, and unlawful to force an artist to create against her will and intimidate her into silence," said Jeremy Tedesco, ADF senior counsel.

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