The City of Philadelphia’s decision to halt a foster care placement contract with Catholic Social Services (CSS) was upheld by the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals in an opinion issued earlier this week.
A Juvenile Court judge in Nashville urged Tennessee’s legislature and Governor to reject a bill permitting state-funded, faith-based foster care providers to discriminate on the basis of religion.
Michigan’s newly elected Attorney General has determined that taxpayer-funded adoption agencies may not discriminate, “no matter the rationale,” ending a lawsuit brought by the ACLU.
Americans United filed a lawsuit challenging HHS’ policy allowing federally funded child placement agencies to discriminate on the basis of religion.
The National Prayer Breakfast is often an occasion for the President to signal his policy priorities related to religion for the coming year. So, what did President Trump mention this year?