Religious Liberty
Alliance Defending Freedom

Court clears narrow path for religious liberty

Religious Liberty | Kentucky justices rule in favor of one Christian business owner
by Steve West
Posted 11/05/19, 02:37 pm

The Kentucky Supreme Court vindicated a Christian printer who didn’t want to print pro-LGBT messages, but the victory may prove hollow. The court dismissed an LGBT organization’s discrimination claims last Thursday but left significant free speech questions unanswered.

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HHS change would help religious adoption agencies

by Rachel Lynn Aldrich
Posted 11/04/19, 11:16 am

A regulation proposed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services could put faith-based foster care and adoption agencies on more secure footing. The new rule would undo Obama-era regulations that included sexual orientation as a protected class under anti-discrimination laws, making it easier for agencies to place children according to their Biblical beliefs about marriage and sex.

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Alliance Defending Freedom

Christian print shop prevails in court

by Rachel Lynn Aldrich
Posted 11/01/19, 12:56 pm

An LGBT group did not have a right to sue Blaine Adamson, owner of Hands On Originals print shop, for declining to print messages that violated his religious beliefs, the Kentucky Supreme Court unanimously ruled on Thursday. “Hands On was in good faith objecting to the message it was being asked to disseminate,” Justice David Buckingham wrote in the decision.

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