House Committee Alleges the FBI Is Abusing Counterterrorism Tools

Pro-life and pro-family Americans are among those singled out.  A report from the House Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government alleges that the Federal…

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DOJ to Increase Awareness of Religious Rights for Land Use and Prisoners

Will hold the first of many outreach events with informational materials. The Department of Justice has announced that it will host a number of outreach events to educate…

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SCOTUS Upholds Employee Religious Accommodations

The decision was in favor of a former USPS worker who refused to work Sundays. The Supreme Court ruled in favor of religious liberty in the case of…

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White House Reveals National Strategy for Addressing Antisemitism

This form of domestic terrorism has been on the rise. President Joe Biden and Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff, the husband of Vice President Kamala Harris, recently unveiled the…

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Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Religious Accommodations Case

Labor experts closely watching the outcome. The Supreme Court heard the first set of arguments in Groff v. DeJoy this week, exploring the extent to which religious accommodations…

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Supreme Court Will Review Religious Accommodation 

The landmark case was 46 years ago.  The Supreme Court has agreed to review a 1977 decision on religious accommodation. Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act…

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Rule Published for Religious Freedom in Social Services

Federal departments propose rulemaking to clarify religious rights. Nine federal agencies proposed a new rule to restore religious liberty protections for those who use social services. The proposition…

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Religious Discrimination Policy Enhancements Proposed

Federal health officials post a rulemaking notice to restore conscience complaint process. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) published a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking last…

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President Celebrates Bicentennial of U.S.-Mexico Cooperation

White House publishes a statement on Lady of Guadalupe Feast Day. President Biden celebrated 200 years of relationship between Mexico and the United States on Monday. Mexico first…

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House Passes Respect for Marriage Act

The legislation provides new protections for same-sex and interracial unions. The House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act with bipartisan support on Thursday. Since the Senate…

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