Age restriction laws on porn are sweeping the country, but there’s one crucial problem lawmakers will need to confront

(Daily Caller News Foundation) – Pornographic websites now have to verify the age of their users in several states, yet some advocates are claiming that the laws not only invade… Read More

September 20, 2023
Agency tries to withdraw adoption subsidy from homeschool family, reverses course after hearing

A Kentucky family’s adoption subsidy came under threat when state officials argued a homeschool program didn’t qualify because it wasn’t “accredited.” Although this term doesn’t exist in the state’s Adoption… Read More

September 18, 2023
19 liberal state attorneys general file brief seeking to roll back Title IX exemptions

(The Center Square) – Attorneys General from 19 states and the District of Columbia filed an amicus brief this week with the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in a… Read More

August 31, 2023
Bible tweet doesn’t count as ‘freedom of expression,’ Finland prosecutor argues in ‘hate speech’ case

(The Daily Signal) – A member of Finland’s parliament will appear in court later this month, again facing “hate speech” charges for a tweet citing Bible verses, more… Read More

August 9, 2023
Judge blocks Wyoming school district from keeping students’ gender identities secret from parents

(Daily Caller News Foundation) – A federal judge in Wyoming has barred a school district from hiding the students’ gender identities from their parents after one couple sued. Sean and… Read More

July 3, 2023
Christian school sues Colorado’s new universal preschool program over anti-religious discrimination

A Christian school is suing Colorado education officials for the right to participate in the state’s new universal preschool program. Darren Patterson Christian Academy (DPCA), a PreK-8 Expeditionary Learning school,… Read More

June 23, 2023
Wuhan-partnered school district settles with aide who says she was forced out after saying COVID came from China

(Daily Caller News Foundation) – A school district that partnered with the Wuhan School System in China has settled with an aide who sued after alleging she was forced to… Read More

June 21, 2023
Arizona Supreme Court upholds state law protecting religious confessions

The Arizona Supreme Court ruled in favor of religious liberty and state law in a case involving the confession of a criminal act to clergy. The April ruling,… Read More

June 15, 2023
Teacher shot by 1st-grader in Virginia has been fired by school after filing suit, says attorney

The Virginia teacher who was shot by a first-grader has been fired in what her attorney says might be retaliation for her lawsuit against the school. In January, Richneck Elementary School… Read More

June 14, 2023
‘We should all be frightened’: landmark Missouri lawsuit over Biden’s ‘Orwellian’ censorship has judge’s full attention

A judge’s first crucial ruling is expected any time. But Missouri’s lawsuit fighting back against the Biden administration’s hectoring of Big Tech to censor conservative speech already has “landmark case”… Read More

June 13, 2023
High school sports association tries to use new Florida law to dismiss suit against its alleged anti-Christian bias

The Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) filed a motion asking a federal court to dismiss a lawsuit against alleging anti-Christian bias. In 2015, the FHSAA… Read More

June 13, 2023
Arkansas LEARNS Act suspended by judge until June hearing

(The Center Square) – A Pulaski County Circuit Court judge has suspended the Arkansas LEARNS Act until a hearing can be held to determine if lawmakers erred by not adding… Read More

May 30, 2023
Federal court reinstates admissions policy found to have anti-Asian bias in Virginia school

A federal appeals court reinstated admission policies at a Virginia high school that allows race-based policies critics say discriminate against Asian Americans. Previously, a lower court found that the admission… Read More

May 25, 2023
Public Education
Teacher who disclosed CEA’s anti-capitalist platform could face criminal investigation over violent Marxist speech

A Colorado teacher who ignited a controversy when he tweeted the passage of the Colorado Education Association’s (CEA) anti-capitalist plank is under fire for advocating for revolution… Read More

May 18, 2023
State Supreme Court will hear decades-long North Carolina education funding case on Aug. 31

(The Center Square) – Dozens of “recognized leaders in the North Carolina business community” are weighing in on the decades-long Leandro school funding saga ahead of a state Supreme Court… Read More

July 29, 2022
Public Education
Court dismisses lawsuit against previous West Virginia COVID-19 restrictions

(The Center Square) – The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals dismissed a lawsuit filed against West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice for his previous COVID-19 lockdown policies, but refused to rule… Read More

June 15, 2022
Culture, Public Education
One count dismissed for Virginia father arrested at school board meeting

(The Center Square) – An appeals court dismissed one conviction for the father of a Loudoun County Public School sexual assault victim after the father was arrested during an argument… Read More

May 4, 2022