Posts Tagged: marriage
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
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
By: Dan Bartkowiak
Five Supreme Court Justices – five people – have redefined marriage for an entire nation. Justice Roberts wrote in his dissent that:
Today’s decision, for example, creates serious questions about religious liberty. Many good and decent people … Read more
(Harrisburg, PA) June 26, 2015 – Today, in a 5-4 decision, the United States Supreme Court ruled that it is unconstitutional for states to define marriage as … Read more
Q: When is the decision from the U.S. Supreme Court expected on the marriage case?
A: The decision is expected at the end of this month. The last calendar day for the court is Tuesday June 29th – but the … Read more
With opinions on the definition of marriage flooding your news feed today, you’ll probably come across a few comments to the tune of “the government shouldn’t be involved with marriage in the first place.”
There is a reason the government … Read more
On Tuesday, April 28, the United States Supreme Court will hear arguments in Obergefell v. Hodges, in which the Court will decide:
1) Does the Fourteenth Amendment require a state to license a marriage between two people of the same … Read more
A judge has declared summary judgment against Barronelle Stutzman – the owner of Arlene’s Flowers that was sued by both the state of Washington and two men over not providing flowers for a same-sex wedding ceremony. Without even going to … Read more
The Pennsylvania Family Institute expressed disappointment and dismay at the decision by the United States Supreme Court not to take up cases emanating from several states regarding “same-sex marriage.”
“By choosing not to hear these cases, the Justices are allowing … Read more
by Brandon McGinley
It has long been contended by proponents of the traditional definition of marriage that with the abandonment of that definition will come assaults to the religious liberties we have long taken for granted. Naturally, those predictions were … Read more