Legislation Introduced to Incentivize Giving at All Income Levels

Congressional efforts to reform the tax code are anticipated to come to a head in the weeks after Thanksgiving.

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Supreme Court to Consider Coerced Abortion Speech Case

Last autumn the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit sadly upheld a California law that compels pro-life pregnancy care centers to promote abortion.

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FCC Takes Action on Broadcast Ownership and NextGenTV

The FCC this week voted on partisan lines to update broadcast ownership rules and to authorize a new television transmission standard.

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Senators Demand No Religious Test for Judges

This week the U.S. Senate approved four judicial nominations for U.S. Courts of Appeals, including Notre Dame law professor Amy Coney Barrett...

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Tech Giants Testify Before Congress

Top lawyers from Google, Facebook, and Twitter this week testified before three congressional panels.

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U.S. Will Directly Aid Persecuted Christians in the Middle East

The United Nations has dropped the ball, so the U.S. is going to help victims of persecution and genocide directly.

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Main Studio Rule Scrapped

The FCC this week voted to eliminate a requirement that radio and television stations must maintain and staff a main studio in each of their communities of license.

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IRS Apologizes in Targeting Case Settlement

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions this week announced a likely settlement for a pair of lawsuits a number of conservative groups had pending against the IRS related to the targeting scandal that surfaced in 2013.

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New Poll Shows Vast Majority of Pastors Want Freedom to Speak

Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) this week announced the results of a LifeWay Research poll showing 91 percent of Protestant pastors wanting the ability to speak freely from the pulpit ...

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Issues of Freedom and Trust for the Press

Last week President Donald Trump ruffled feathers when he tweeted, “With all of the Fake News coming out of NBC and the Networks, at what point is it appropriate to challenge their License?

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Twitter Censors Pro-Life Claim, Then Reverses

Twitter picked a fight with a powerful opponent this week when it refused to allow Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) to promote her Senate campaign launch announcement on its platform.

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Agencies Take Steps to Support Religious Liberty

Last Friday, the Trump administration took steps to reinforce the religious liberty rights of Americans. Per the direction of the President in his executive order signed on the National Day of Prayer...

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FCC Reauthorization Bill Advances to Full Committee

A bill to reauthorize the FCC for the first time in more than 25 years sailed through a Communications & Technology Subcommittee this week and on to the full Energy & Commerce Committee.

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Senate Panel Reviews International Religious Freedom Nomination

Last week the Senate Foreign Relations Committee held a hearing featuring Kansas Governor Sam Brownback, President Donald Trump’s pick to be U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom.

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A Call for Pastoral Support of Free Speech Legislation

Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), an NRB member that has organized Pulpit Freedom Sunday for nearly a decade, is calling on pastors to sign...

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Apple Called Out on FM Chips

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has placed a major focus on...

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