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    Breaking Through Pro-Abortion Media Bias

    In light of the media attention for the movie Unplanned, you might have noticed a trend that continues when issues of life and abortion are involved. Although this movie was able to get widespread attention, pro-life voices continue to be largely suppressed or silenced. Twitter even "accidentally" suspended the film's social media account for a brief time for no apparent reason other than to limit their impact. So how can pro-life advocates break through the largely liberal media?  Read More...

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    A Church Finally Allowed to Worship

    Mauck & Baker's client, Christian Fellowship Centers of New York (CFC) received a favorable ruling in the nick of time. Over the past several months CFC has faced hostility from many members of the town as well as religious discrimination from Village of Canton officials who refused to permit the church to use its recently purchased building as a place of worship.  Read More...

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    Easter as We Know It - The Passover Controversy

    At first the Christian Passover was celebrated at the same time as the Jewish; this simultaneous observance was preserving the Jewish ritual in the Christian festival, and strengthening the bonds between Christianity and Judaism. Until the date was changed. The relationship of Church and State which began under Constantine was seen as the greatest blessing of God. There was an end to what had seemed like endless persecution. But with that end of persecution and the beginning of a new alliance came great compromises which have distorted the nature of the Church to this day.  Read More...

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    From Pulpit to Prison

    I am sure you might wonder why a man at the time having been in ministry for over 29 years, a candidate for pastorate at three different churches, and preaching across the country weekly killed his wife in a sudden unanticipated moment of passion.It is a haunting question I seek to answer daily.  Read More...

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    RLUIPA Needs Review and YOU Can Help

    If you're a person of faith, the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act is something you should know about. This law has been instrumental in protecting religious freedom. But the government's failure to clarify certain aspects of this law have led to misinterpretation (whether intentional or not) by many municipalities.  Read More...

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    A Petition to the United States Supreme Court

    We are asking the Supreme Court to grant review and then uphold a provision of RLUIPA passed by Congress, correcting the actions of courts that have chosen to stray from the legislation and laws they are tasked with interpreting and applying to the facts of each case. This request for review comes after several unfavorable rulings and an eight-year long legal battle involving ADF's client, Tree of Life Christian Schools.  Read More...

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    Chalk One Up For God

    If you’ve lived in a residence that is a part of a homeowners or condominium association, you’ve probably been briefed with the rules: Nothing can be displayed in the front yard, and nothing hung on the front door. Many HOAs or condo associations prohibit the posting of items on the exterior of one’s building, but can they prevent you from expressing your religion in this way?  Read More...

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    Essential Legal Documents You Need to Protect Your Family

    From our birth to the end of our lives, we have many cherished moments with our loved ones and many planned major life events for which we need legal documents (i.e. birth, marriage, etc). However, there are many unexpected moments in between that you need to be ready for as well. The four documents in this article are essential to ensure that you and your family can take care of each other through life's ups and downs.   Read More...;
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    Are Libraries Censoring Conservative Content?

    Recently, a concerned individual contacted Mauck & Baker regarding an experience she had at her local library in which she attempted to visit a conservative Christian website on the public computer, but access to the website was blocked. When she asked library staff why the website was not available, they told her that it appeared on their blocklist. Seeing a conservative, Biblically-based organization listed in such a way seemed to point towards religious and/or political bias.  Read More...

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    A Contrast of Character at the March for Life

    The contrast between a pro-life march and so many others is stark in both method and message, and that was on full display in Chicago. The pro-life marchers brought the joyful presence of hope, and their signs and disposition reflected this message. Also in the vicinity were some 200 pro-choice protesters with their signs emitting hate and hostility.   Read More...

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