Analysis

The Alliance Defending Freedom is asking the Arizona Department of Health Services to investigate a Tempe Planned Parenthood for failing to report the rape of an underage girl by an 18-year-old. ADF filed a complaint Thursday with the government agency, the latest in an effort to bring the case to light. The man went on to sexually assault others.  Read more

CitizenLink is proud to work with the North Carolina Family Policy Council and other family policy organizations across the country to stand for marriage, life and religious freedom. Learn more about the one in your state.  Read more

Vote1Web

Attorneys arguing on behalf of marriage amendments in Kentucky, Ohio, Tennessee and Michigan will be at the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday.  Read more

The Wisconsin Supreme Court upheld Act 10, a state law that limits the bargaining power of teachers unions and saves about $3 billion in taxes.  Read more

CitizenLink is proud to work with the Montana Family Foundation and other family policy organizations across the country to stand for marriage, life and religious freedom. Learn more about the one in your state.   Read more

Debbie Chaves Web

Debbie Chaves is president of Colorado Family Action (CFA), a family policy council affiliated with CitizenLink. We sat down with her to talk about the recent Colorado marriage ruling and what CFA is doing in the state.  Read more

The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled this week that a domestic partnership registry, which is open only to same-sex couples, does not violate the state marriage amendment. At the same time, the ruling clearly affirms that marriage is a unique relationship between one man and one woman.  Read more

CitizenLink is proud to work with the Family Action Council of Tennesseeand other family policy organizations across the country to stand for marriage, life and religious freedom. Learn more about the one in your state.    Read more

President Barack Obama

The White House announced that President Barack Obama would sign an executive order giving LGBT workers special protections against discrimination. Even though no one has yet read the document, it appears it would expand on an order signed almost 50 years ago by President Lyndon Johnson. That directive prohibits discrimination on the part of federal contractors on the basis of race, sex, color, religion or national origin.  Read more

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