Posts Tagged: religious freedom
(HARRISBURG, PA) By a substantial margin, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives today voted to pass House Bill 2530, and protect the right 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
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
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
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
PA Family Institute, counting on thousands to heed their calls to action and for financial support, is the state’s leading advocate for pro-life, pro-family principles.
Tom Shaheen, Vice President for Policy at the Pennsylvania Family Institute, offers insight on … Read more
In 2013, two truck drivers – Mahad Abass Mohamed and Abdikarim Hassan Bulshale – were fired from their position with an Illinois-based trucking company. They were fired because they refused to deliver alcohol – something that violated their religious beliefs.… Read more
Elaine Huguenin is a Christian photographer in New Mexico. Back before marriage had even been redefined in that state, Huguenin was asked to photograph a same-sex commitment ceremony. Knowing both that she could not use her artistic talents to celebrate … Read more
Proponents of the “Fairness Act” like to say that their proposal enjoys the support of a strong majority of Pennsylvanians. But like with all polling, it depends on how you ask the question.
If the “Fairness Act” concept—the introduction of … Read more