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Thanks to the efforts of pro-life citizens, a dangerous pro-abortion bill was killed in the Colorado Legislature. SB 175 would have enshrined abortion into state law making it impossible to pass commonsense pro-life measures. Passage would have also threatened existing state law that protects women and preborn babies.  Read more

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Abortion sellers in Arizona are now subject to the same inspection standards as medical facilities. That’s thanks to Gov. Jan Brewer signing the Women’s Health Protection Act.  Read more

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Whether buying your insurance from a state exchange or from the government health care website, it’s almost impossible to find out whether you’re paying for abortion coverage.  Read more

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Judge Timothy Black has ordered Ohio to recognize same-sex marriages performed in other states. That’s despite the fact that 62 percent of Ohioans voted to pass a constitutional amendment in 2004 defining marriage as the union of one man and one woman.  Read more

Where Grace Abounds

Mary Heathman came to Christ at the age of 27. She had dealt with sexual sin for years and through faith in Christ came to understand God’s plan for her as a woman. Ten years later, when her stepson came to her and told her he was gay, she turned to the Lord for guidance. She started Where Grace Abounds, a ministry to help those struggling with same-sex attractions and their families. Where Grace Abounds now has 6 staff members and reaches hundreds of people in Denver. Some of the staff sat down to talk with CitizenLink.  Read more

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A federal court ruled Wednesday that the University of North Carolina-Wilmington must promote Mike Adams and pay him $50,000. Earlier the court found the university had retaliated against Adams for his conservative views by denying him a full professorship.  Read more

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A federal appeals court will hear a case on Thursday regarding the constitutionality of Utah’s marriage amendment. The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver will hear arguments Thursday involving the language that defines marriage as the union of one man and one woman.  Read more

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The “resignation” of short-time Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich has been eye-opening for many. How can a $1,000 donation in support of marriage eight years ago get him kicked out? The story serves to highlight an agenda that has always been in play, but is just now coming into full view.  Read more

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Attorneys for New Mexico photographer Elaine Huguenin found out today that the U.S. Supreme Court will not take their important religious-freedom case involving photographing same-sex commitment ceremonies.  Read more

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