Baby Feet Web

If Roe v. Wade were overturned today, Tennessee would still have legal abortion.  Read more

90 Second Reaction Web

Republican candidates who support abortion and same-sex marriage won’t be getting any love from pro-family groups in the upcoming election. CitizenLink, Family Research Council Action and the National Organization for Marriage have teamed up to urge voters not to support U.S. House candidates Carl DeMaio in California and Richard Tisei in Massachusetts as well as U.S. Senate candidate Monica Wehby in Oregon.  Read more


We’ve discovered something that motivates pro-family voters to get out to vote.  Read more

Michael Lindsay Web

A Massachusetts Christian liberal arts college will get to keep its accreditation – but it’s not clear how long that may last.  Read more

Prayer for Officials Web

Praying for our leaders is something we know we should do, but it’s not always easy – especially when we’re on opposite sides of the issues. CitizenLink President Tom Minnery illustrates why it’s important to pray for God to work through our leaders.  Read more

Marjorie Dannenfelser Web

A federal district court judge has ruled that a pro-life group’s First Amendment rights were violated in 2010 when they were barred from putting up billboards in Ohio.  Read more

Pensive Web

A New Jersey law passed in 2013 that bans therapy for minors struggling with same-sex attractions was upheld today in the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.  Read more

Four Corners Web

Stoplight: ‘Monuments Rule’

September 11, 2014

Have you ever visited the Four Corners Monument? You know, the only place in the country where four states come together? It’s a popular tourist spot. Everybody wants to get a photo while standing in four states at the same time.  Read more

Julius Web

We’re working on a massive project to identify, contact and motivate pro-family voters. In the CitizenLink Report, Stuart Shepard shares the inspiring story of one person who is helping with that effort.  Read more

No Marriage Web

Late Thursday, the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals struck down marriage law in Wisconsin and Indiana.  Read more

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