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Bostock fallout begins

First Amendment | LGBT activists push their agenda after Supreme Court decision
by Steve West
Posted 7/28/20, 07:41 pm

The U.S. Supreme Court’s term has barely ended, but LGBT advocates are wasting no time in pushing for gains from their landmark win in Bostock v. Clayton County.

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Adopted but not citizens

Family | Tens of thousands of pre-1983 adoptees have uncertain legal status
by Julia A. Seymour
Posted 7/24/20, 01:47 pm

At 7 months old, adoptee Joy Kim-Alessi came to the United States on a plane full of Korean babies. Raised in California, she always believed she was an American. It wasn’t until she tried to get a passport at age 25 that she learned she did not have citizenship. She has compared the trauma of that moment to a car crash.

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State to worshippers: Don’t make a joyful noise

Religious Liberty | Churches sue after California curtails public worship again
by Steve West
Posted 7/21/20, 04:03 pm

Last Monday between 300 and 400 protesters gathered on the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. But they didn’t shout “defund the police”—they worshiped, sang, and prayed, reported Fox News.

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