Posts Categorized: Religious Freedom
Pennsylvania Family Council, joining over 30 other Family Policy Councils from around the country, signed on to a brief filed with the United States Supreme Court in what will be one of the most influential cases in a generation on … Read more
Steve Tennes and his wife own a working produce farm where they also host wedding ceremonies and receptions. As Catholics who believes in traditional marriage they decided the farm will not be used for same-sex wedding ceremonies. Tennes is also … Read more
After a five-year journey through Kentucky Courts, Blaine Adamson won his case last May in the Kentucky Court of Appeals. He highlighted his journey in … Read more
The Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission (PHRC) is proposing a dangerous end-run around the legislature that seriously threatens your personal privacy and religious liberty. We need you to take action today to … Read more
The following is a statement from Pennsylvania Family Institute President and CEO Michael Geer on President Trump’s Religious Freedom Executive Order:
Religious freedom and rights of conscience have been severely undermined in America in recent years. The Executive Order signed … Read more
Harrisburg – A previous order by the Obama administration that violated students’ privacy rights and safety has now been rescinded by President Donald Trump.
Today the Washington State Supreme Court ruled against Barronelle Stutzman, the florist that chose not to participate in a same-sex wedding ceremony … Read more
Pennsylvania Family Council has joined allied organizations and hundreds of thousands of American families across the nation to urge President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence to fulfill their campaign promise to uphold and protect religious liberty in our … Read more
VIDEO: If you don’t have to participate in the Inauguration, what about a same-sex wedding ceremony?
All artists should be able to choose which events they express themselves in.
Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) is representing several artists in their legal battle to defend their freedom of expression. As Jim Campbell, Senior Counsel for ADF, wrote in … Read more
Not only is January 16th Martin Luther King, Jr. Day but also National Religious Freedom Day. This pairing brings up an important question in light of current events, “If Dr. King was alive today, what would he say to forcing … Read more