I imagine you’ve heard by now about the Supreme Court’s strong defense of religious liberty last week. In a decision issued the day before Thanksgiving, the Court blocked New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s discriminatory COVID-19 restrictions on churches and synagogues.
New Bedford Rescinds 100 Person Restriction on Church Gatherings in Light of Recent US Supreme Court Decision
The recent US Supreme Court decision barring NY Governor Cuomo from targeting churches and synagogues is making waves here in Massachusetts. Yesterday, the City of New Bedford rescinded their May 22nd memorandum which restricted houses of worship to gatherings of
The Supreme Court will soon hear oral arguments on a case with potentially tremendous implications for religious liberty and school choice. The lawsuit, brought in part by a single mother trying to support her two children in parochial school, seeks
This week, we learned that Christian baker Jack Philips is once again being sued by the Colorado Human Rights Commission. This time, it’s for declining to create an expressive blue-and-pink cake celebrating a lawyer’s transition from male to female. The lawyer
Massachusetts Family Institute | News Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Andrew Beckwith | email@example.com | 781.569.0400 Monday, June 4, 2018 BOSTON – Earlier today, the U.S. Supreme Court issued an historic ruling, striking down the State of Colorado’s decision against Jack Phillips. Though Jack
Fourteen years ago yesterday, the first same-sex “marriage” was officiated here in Massachusetts, as a result of the Commonwealth’s highest court unilaterally imposing the redefinition of marriage in the Goodridge decision. Less than a decade later, 30 states had passed
We need your help to protect business owners from being targeted for their faith in Massachusetts. Two weeks ago, I told you about a new bill at the State House that would seriously attack religious freedom, putting the livelihoods of