Supreme Court Decisions with Religious Liberty Implications

The U.S. Supreme Court this week turned heads among religious freedom advocates with action on two pending cases.

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FCC Reviewing Media Regulations

Last month, the FCC approved a public notice to begin a full-scale review of media regulations. The commission is seeking input on which rules are still useful and which ones should be considered for modification or repeal.

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House Passes Bill to Aid Victims of Genocide

The U.S. House of Representatives this week unanimously passed legislation intended to aid victims of genocide in the Middle East.

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FCC Seeks Nominees for Diversity Committee

The FCC issued a public notice this week requesting nominations for an Advisory Committee on Diversity and Digital Empowerment that is expected to be launched for a 2-year term this autumn.

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President Honors Defenders of Freedom in Memorial Day Proclamation

In a proclamation released by the White House this week, President Donald Trump stated, “Memorial Day is our nation's solemn reminder that freedom is never free.”

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Vice President Focuses on Freedom in Commencement Address

Last weekend at the University of Notre Dame, many major media outlets highlighted a set of students who, deciding they could not tolerate a commencement address by the Vice President of the United States...

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Key Committee Leader Introduces Online Privacy Bill

A key leader on the House Energy & Commerce Committee is shaking up a narrative that has been perpetuated for months by some self-proclaimed defenders of consumer privacy rights online.

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Senator Launches ‘Social Capital Project’

Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) is concerned about the trajectory of our nation, and he thinks many other Americans are as well.

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NRB Urges U.S. Embassy Move to Jerusalem

While U.S. law has for decades recognized that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel, the American embassy remains in Tel Aviv.

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Trump Administration Expands International Pro-Life Policy

One of President Donald Trump’s first actions in office in January was to put back into effect the Mexico City Policy, which was first instituted by President Ronald Reagan and is intended to...

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FCC Begins Process to Roll Back Title II Power Grab

The FCC this week began the process of reversing the previous administration’s decision to impose heavy-handed Title II authority over internet service providers.

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Attention to Human Rights Ahead of President's Overseas Trip

U.S. President Donald Trump will soon be embarking on his first overseas trip since taking office. Ahead of this trip to Saudi Arabia, Israel...

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The Vice President Speaks Against Persecution and Genocide

Vice President Mike Pence assured attendees at this week’s World Summit in Defense of Persecuted Christians that the Trump Administration will be an ally to Christians and others who suffer harm for their faith around the world.

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Johnson Amendment Gets a Hearing

Even as President Donald Trump took executive action last week to provide relief from the burden of the Johnson Amendment, a congressional panel was examining the issue in light of legislation to provide a more permanent fix.

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Broadcasting and Internet on FCC Agenda

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s effort to reverse the previous administration’s internet power grab will most certainly be the headliner of the agency’s open meeting next week...

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FCC to Begin ‘Net Neutrality’ Order Repeal

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai announced this week that he would be initiating a process aimed at upending the previous administration’s internet power grab.

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