Posts Categorized: First Amendment
April 30, 2021 | 7 comments | Posted in abortion, Children, Church, education, Family, First Amendment, Free Speech, Health, Life, Parental rights, Politics, Religious Freedom, Voting | Tags: constitutional amendment, COVID19, emergency powers, Governor Tom Wolf, voting
By Michael Geer, PA Family President
On Friday, March 6, 2020, Gov. Tom Wolf signed a 90-day emergency disaster declaration, giving him very broad, sweeping powers over day-to-day life in Pennsylvania. This emergency declaration was in response to an impending … Read more
The Equality Act is an effort to create a special class in law based on sexual orientation and gender identity/expression (SOGI), which would penalize Americans for their beliefs about marriage and biological sex. Even without such laws, large corporations and … Read more
In response to concerned Pennsylvanians’ thoughts on the so-called Equality Act, Senator Casey has shared a response detailing his support for the bill.
Spread the word to friends and family and tell them to take action here: pafamily.org/equality
While the … Read more
For Pastors and Church leaders – from Kurt Weaver and our Church Ambassador Network.
As promised, we wanted to give you more information in regards to the latest Universal Face Covering Order:Last Wednesday, July 1st, the Governor and Secretary of … Read more
These victories are only possible by God’s grace and because of the financial partnership with Pennsylvania Family Institute (PFI) by individuals and families across the Commonwealth. To partner financially with PFI heading into the new year, please go to pafamily.org/donate… Read more
October 25, 2019 | No comments | Posted in abortion, Counseling, First Amendment, Free Speech, Health, Life, pro-life | Tags: abortion, buffer zones, free speech, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, sidewalk counseling
The Third Circuit Court of Appeals, housed in Philadelphia, handed down two decisions in the past week that impact sidewalk counselors outside of abortion clinics in Harrisburg and Pittsburgh. In Bruni v. City of Pittsburgh and Reilly v. City of … Read more
October 24, 2019 | 1 comment | Posted in abortion, First Amendment, Health, Life, pro-life, Religious Freedom, Supreme Court | Tags: abortifacient, AG Josh Shapiro, HHS mandate, life, Little Sisters of the poor, nuns, pennsylvania, religious freedom
Catholic charity organization, the Little Sisters of the Poor, is back in the news this week, not for the over 13,000 elderly poor they serve in 31 countries, but because pro-abortion government officials are trying to force them to pay … Read more
As children and college students head back to school, it’s always good to be reminded that religious liberty goes to school too. Please remember that your child has constitutionally-protected religious liberties … Read more
National news continues to cover Pennsylvania State Representative Brian Sims’ harassment of a woman, along with his intent to dox three teens outside of a Philadelphia Planned Parenthood pro-life. Ironically, Rep. Sims has made several statements about bullying, one just … Read more
The following is a press release from the Independence Law Center sent on April 30, 2019.
Judge John E. Jones, III entered a final order in the case filed by students at the Mechanicsburg School District after the school prevented … Read more