NRB Applauds Decisive Religious Freedom Victory at Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court delivered a decisive 7-2 ruling in favor of religious freedom this week. In a much anticipated decision to resolve Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia v. Comer, the justices did not disappoint. Writing for the court, Chief Justice John Roberts said “the exclusion of Trinity Lutheran from a public benefit for which it is otherwise qualified, solely because it is a church, is odious to our Constitution.”

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Research Finds Charitable Giving Sensitive to Tax Code

This week a panel discussion held of Capitol Hill highlighted the importance of charitable giving for local communities and the sensitivity of such giving to changes in the tax code.

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Supreme Court to Examine Cake Artist’s Religious Freedom Claim

In addition to delivering a decisive victory for religious liberty this week in its Trinity Lutheran ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court also announced that it will review the case of a Christian cake artist...

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New FCC Nominees Put Forward

This week President Donald Trump announced his intention to nominate Brendan Carr to fill the open Republican seat on the Federal Communications Commission.

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Senator Sanders Unrelenting in Opposition to Nominee over Faith

U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), who was in serious contention to be the 2016 Democrat nominee for U.S. President, has doubled down on his belief that a nominee should be disqualified from...

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Free Speech Rulings from the Supreme Court

Even as we wait until next week for the U.S. Supreme Court to rule in the religious freedom case of Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia v. Comer, the justices issued two unanimous decisions...

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Injunction Against Mississippi Religious Freedom Law Overturned

On Thursday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit lifted an injunction that had been imposed on a Mississippi law crafted to shield from government discrimination those citizens...

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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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