Yesterday, March 25, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in two cases challenging the religious liberty issues at stake with the Affordable Care Act (AKA Obamacare): Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. andConestoga Wood Specialties Corp. v. Sebelius.
What are these important cases about?
Obamacare requires that businesses provide health care for their employees, and that health care must include coverage for all contraceptives, at no cost to the employees. Read More
Recently, we have been busy with several cases involving hostility towards religion in the public school system. You can read about those and other cases involving our students here.
We’ve seen the suppression of students’ religious liberties rise dramatically over the past few years, and we’ve made it a key focus of our ministry to address
these issues and ensure that our students, teachers, and administrators understand their Constitutional liberties.
It is important that you understand what is happening in the public school system and know your rights as a student, parent, teacher,administrator, and concerned citizen. For that reason, we created a booklet entitled, “HIJACKED K-12”, to give you a realistic view of the culture that has been created within the California public school system over the last few years. Read More
Recently, Advocates for Faith & Freedom was contacted by Gary Nelson regarding his third grader, Victoria, who attends an elementary school in the Temecula Valley Unified School District. The family was disheartened a couple of years ago—when Victoria was in first grade—and was not allowed to donate a Bible to the school-sponsored book donation program. Read More
We are honored to serve on the steering committee for Privacy for All Students (PFAS), the organization promoting the referendum that would repeal the Co-Ed Bathroom Bill (AB 1266). Here is a summary of AB 1266 and how it may affect our children in the public schools.
The California Secretary of State is reporting that PFAS came up 17,276 signatures short of the total 504,760 signatures needed. The Secretary of State declared that 487,484 signatures were valid and that 131,857 were invalid. But this is not the last word. Read More