Posts Tagged ‘ Religious Freedom Restoration Act ’

Mike Huckabee Defends Religious Freedom For Indiana Citizens

Apr 2nd, 2015 | By

Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee appeared on “The Kelly File” last night to discuss the leftist media firestorm over a recently passed Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) law signed into law by Indiana Gov. Mike Pence.

Indiana Defends Religious Freedom

Mar 27th, 2015 | By
Gary Bauer

“Kudos to the Indiana legislature and Governor Mike Pence! This morning, Pence signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act to further protect the rights of men and women of faith. In a nation founded by religious pilgrims, whose founding documents acknowledge that our liberty comes from God, this legislation shouldn’t be controversial. Moreover, the federal government and dozens of states have similar laws.”

Michigan House Passes Religious Freedom Bill; the Left FREAKS OUT

Dec 8th, 2014 | By

Michigan’s House of Representatives have secured a victory for proponents of religious freedom by passing The Religious Freedom Restoration Act a bill designed to restore religious freedoms once protected by the First Amendment but that have come under fire in recent years as business owners have become targets of civil and criminal proceedings for refusing to accommodate a pro-homosexual agenda vigorously pushed by the left.

Sen. Blunt Debunks Liberal Lies About Hobby Lobby Case

Jul 17th, 2014 | By

Yesterday afternoon, the U.S. Senate defeated Democrats’ attempts to strip away key religious liberty protections for Americans of all faiths.  By a vote of 56-43, the Murray-Udall proposal that would have forced all employers to cover all current or future health care items or services required under government mandates notwithstanding any other provision of law – including the Religious Freedom Restoration Act – was struck down.

Senator Dan Coats: Religious Freedom Remains Under Attack Despite Hobby Lobby Decision

Jul 9th, 2014 | By

“I applaud this ruling because freedom of religion is a core American principle guaranteed by the First Amendment,” said Coats. “But while this ruling is a welcome positive step, religious freedom remains under attack across our country. Because the Court’s ruling applies only to a narrow group – family-owned, for-profit companies such as Hobby Lobby – most faith-based organizations, charities, hospitals and educational institutions are still required to facilitate insurance coverage that includes contraceptives and abortion-inducing drugs, despite their religious beliefs and moral objections.”