Posts Categorized: First Amendment
Over the course of their decade-long friendship, Rob Ingersoll spent more than $5,000 at Barronelle Stutzman’s Washington State florist shop, Arlene’s Flowers. Stutzman had known for some time that Ingersoll was gay, and that most of the orders she filled … Read more
Blaine Adamson is a t-shirt printer in Lexington, Kentucky. In the many years he has run his business, Hands On Originals, he has never been timid about his Christian beliefs, and he has turned down many orders on the grounds … Read more
Do we celebrate independence by forcing Americans to act against their conscience or pay a heavy fine?
We’re sadly now seeing the consequences of state government passing laws that force citizens to make this choice:
In 2013, Elaine Huguenin from … Read more
The Supreme Court’s decision to redefine marriage has staggering implications for religious freedom, and the ability for individuals and businesses, religious schools and ministries to freely operate in accordance with their faith convictions.
Is there anything that can be done … Read more
Some state lawmakers have plans to soon re-introduce a bill that would create a new target for discrimination here in Pennsylvania against those who exercise their personal or religious freedom.
This would create special privileges for some based on sexual … Read more
The state of Indiana is making news not only as the host for the NCAA Final Four but also for passing a state law providing protections for religious freedom. Here’s what you should know about this law:1. What is… Read more
The Freedom From Religion Foundation – a small group from Wisconsin that brings legal bullying to small communities – is at it again in our state. This is the group that sued two Pennsylvania school districts for their display of … Read more