Posts Categorized: Religious Freedom
Bypassing the PA General Assembly, an unelected Commission is changing the way it views the word “sex” in Pennsylvania’s civil rights law, raising serious concerns for religious freedom and personal privacy.
PA Human Relations Commission (PHRC), a group of nine … Read more
“When can you hold a Bible study, a religious gathering or a worship service on your own property? If you’re thinking the answer is any time I want because my religious rights are protected by the First Amendment, well, you … Read more
May 14, 2018 | No comments | Posted in abortion, Children, Family, First Amendment, Free Speech, Gambling, Life, marriage, Parental rights, Politics, Privacy rights, pro-life, Religious Freedom, Voting | Tags: election, guide, pennsylvania, primary, voter
We’re glad you’ve come to our 2018 Primary Voter’s Guide to find out more about the candidates appearing on your ballot. By doing so, you are demonstrating … Read more
There is a renewed push for harmful legislation here in Pennsylvania. Unfortunately, 18 State Senators and 74 State Representatives are cosponsors to legislation with dangerous consequences to your religious freedom and privacy rights – Senate Bill 613 & House Bill … Read more
Tuesday, December 5th starting at 10am, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission case. As you know, this case centers around whether the state of Colorado can penalize cake baker … Read more
Tuesday, November 7th, 2017 is Election Day. Voters across Pennsylvania will be voting for municipal offices (Mayor, City Council, Township Supervisor, Sheriff, Recorder of Deeds, School Board member, etc.) and Judicial candidates.
To help you in your voting decisions, Pennsylvania … Read more
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 a trip to Pennsylvania this week in hopes of preventing others from having to endure … Read more