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RealClearPolitics: Protecting Religious Liberty Advances Women’s Causes

By Ashley McGuire and Andrea Picciotti-Bayer “It is a dangerous time to be a person of faith.” These were the sobering words of Callista Gingrich, U.S. ambassador to the Vatican, at an event sponsored by the Religious Freedom Institute during the first Ministerial to Advance…

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Philly Inquirer: Faith-based foster care should not be abandoned

By Grazie Pozo Christie Child welfare advocates across the country are right to be concerned after a recent court order allowed Philadelphia to suspend its contract with Catholic Social Services, a faith-based foster care agency. It is yet another example of the growing trend in America…

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TCA Statements on NIFLA v. Becerra

June 26, 2018 “The Supreme Court has delivered another resounding win for freedom, this time upholding the right of pro-life pregnancy centers to decline to speak on behalf of the state to promote abortion.  The state of California, in a classic example of compelled speech, sought to…

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FOX News: Supreme Court NIFLA decision is major victory for pro-life groups and women, vindication for First Amendment

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer Tuesday’s 5-4 Supreme Court decision overturning a California law that required pro-life pregnancy centers to provide women with information about abortion is a victory for the First Amendment, for women seeking support during their pregnancies, and for the pregnancy centers. Read the…

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Washington Post: An unfair First Amendment restriction by Metro

By Ashley McGuire and Andrea Picciotti-Bayer If you live or work in the Washington, at one point or another, you’ve no doubt found yourself behind, next to or on a bus, staring at some giant advertisement for the latest gadget or the newest Netflix series….

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Detroit News: Religious adoption orgs help kids

By Grazie Pozo Christie The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is suingMichigan’s Department of Health and Human Services in an attempt to end the highly successful public-private partnership between the state and St. Vincent’s Catholic Charities. St. Vincent’s specializes in finding adoptive and foster homes for…

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The Hill: Conscience protections for health-care providers should be standard.

By Maureen Ferguson There is a growing cognitive dissonance in the pro-choice crowd. They preach choice, but practice coercion. In the name of choice, the abortion lobby and their allies in Congress are insisting that medical professionals be compelled to perform abortions. Consider the case…

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The Stream: ‘Examples of Light’: The Women of TCA

What do a lawyer, an author, a senior policy advisor and a doctor have in common? They’re the women at the helm of The Catholic Association (TCA). It’s a non-profit group dedicated to being “a faithful Catholic voice in the public square.” These women aren’t…

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The Hill: Health chief must protect doctors against changing medical culture

By Grazie Christie The new Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary, Alex Azar, is speaking to the members of the Health Subcommittee on Thursday, who are eager to learn from him how he plans to use his position to positively impact millions of Americans. Health…

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The Hill: SCOTUS, Don’t Undermine for Women the Safety of a Pro-Life Center

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer There are more than 2000 pro-life pregnancy resource centers across the United States that offer women compassionate and comprehensive alternatives to abortion. In the state of California alone, there are an estimated 200 such centers offering free services such as pregnancy testing, classes in prenatal development,…

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