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Category: Legal Challenges

Episode 56 | “Roll On Mississippi”

Episode 56 | “Roll On Mississippi”

Episode Synopsis: In a decision both sides are calling a turning point, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization - the lawsuit over Mississippi’s new law banning abortions after 15 weeks, is headed to the Supreme Court. We discuss all the potential outcomes and our theories as to why, after years of skillfully dodging most abortion cases, we think the Supreme…

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Episode 48 | Pro-Life Legislation: Who’s The Real Enemy?

Episode 48 | Pro-Life Legislation: Who’s The Real Enemy?

Episode Synopsis: As a wave of pro-life bills are being proposed by states around the country, the debate over incremental legislation is reignited. The hosts discuss the important distinction between advocating vs supporting a piece of pro-life legislation with exceptions, the effects of passing bills with exceptions, and potential danger zones. This episode is a “must” for anyone new to…

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Free speech lawsuit filed by pro-life students against University settled for $20K

Free speech lawsuit filed by pro-life students against University settled for $20K

In a victory for pro-life students in Idaho, Boise State University has agreed to pay $20K to pro-life students and has revised its policy for campus demonstrations to allow controversial events without warning signs. The decision follows a lawsuit filed on behalf of the pro-life student group Abolitionists4Life. The Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), which represented the students, said that school…

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First amendment right to hold pro-life signs near highway confirmed

First amendment right to hold pro-life signs near highway confirmed

In a victory for pro-life protesters, the first amendment right to hold signs along a state highways has been confirmed . The Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department has has agreed with pro-life protester's First Amendment right to hold signs, including along the State’s Highways, in response to Thomas More Society’s letter challenging the Department’s censorship of Fayetteville 40 Days…

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