Making Discrimination Hurt

September 4, 2015 • News & Commentary

          City of Austin Pays for Unlawful Discrimination Against Faith-Based Pregnancy Centers     Bullies. That’s what Raul Gonzales called the City of Austin and pro-abortion activists who tried to cut off women from making an informed decision about whether to visit faith-based ministries offering prolife solutions to

Austin Pregnancy Resource Settlement

AUSTIN, TX, September 3, 2015
September 3, 2015 • Press Releases

The City of Austin paid $480,000 in an attorney fee settlement in a case involving four Austin-area pregnancy resource centers. The settlement follows a 2014 Court ruling where a U.S. District Court judge ruled that a City of Austin ordinance regulating pregnancy resource centers was unconstitutional.

Liberty Institute Adds Noted Attorney, Constitutional Expert, and Author Ken Klukowski to Legal Team

August 27, 2015 • News & Commentary

As another step in our effort to defend and restore religious freedom for more Americans, Liberty Institute announced this week that noted attorney, national bestselling author, and constitutional expert Kenneth A. (“Ken”) Klukowski is joining the Liberty Institute legal team as Senior Counsel and Director of Strategic Affairs. “The growing

YOUR TURN TO STAND: Religious Liberty Rally Inspires Americans to Action

August 27, 2015 • News & Commentary

By Liberty Davidson We’ve seen the stories—bakers, florists, members of the military, business owners, and hard-working public servants who stood up for their beliefs and are paying the price. We know their names because they roll through our newsfeed sandwiched between celebrity gossip and the latest Vine. But for an

ANSWERS: What Happens When They Come After Your Church, Your Favorite Ministry, or Even Your Job?

August 23, 2015 • News & Commentary

    2015 may be remembered as the year of the great anti-religious liberty flood. Legislation protecting religious freedom for employers and employees was labeled “hateful discrimination.” The U.S. Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage decision turbocharged a campaign by secular activists to use “sexual liberty” to overthrow religious liberty.   This

Religious Liberty Emerges as Hot-Button Issue for Presidential Candidates

August 23, 2015 • News & Commentary

In an effort to maximize their appeal, presidential candidates are fixating on the issues foremost in Americans’ minds. Amid inevitable controversies like immigration, healthcare and national security, one topic has dominated discussions and elicited entire events – religious liberty. In recent years, threats to religious liberty have skyrocketed. The 2014