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Alan Sears, the President, CEO, & General Counsel of Alliance Defending Freedom has written a letter to churches and pastors encouraging them to distribute the CAP Voter Guide. In the letter, Mr. Sears explains that CAP’s Voter Guide is 501(c)(3) compliant and consistent with federal tax law. Mr. Sears invites pastors to contact Alliance Defending Freedom for help if they feel they need legal assistance in any way. To read the letter supporting the distribution of the Voter Guides click here.
Eighteen year-old Tyler Kost has been indicted by the Pinal County Attorney on 27 counts of sexual assault and abuse. One of the young girls he raped in late 2013 was taken to the Tempe Planned Parenthood by her mother to obtain an abortion last January.
According to police reports, at the consultation, a Planned Parenthood counselor told the young girl and her mother that it “wasn’t worth the hassle” to report the rape to the authorities.
By law, Planned Parenthood is required to report this assault to authorities within 24 hours.
The indictment of Tyler Kost alleges that from the time Planned Parenthood intentionally did not report the rape, three other girls were raped and Kost sexually assaulted one other before he was arrested in May.
Interning with CAP provides students with real-life experience working in public policy. See the two descriptions below and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Program Goal – The Internship Program at Center for Arizona Policy (CAP) provides students the opportunity to gain first-hand experience in nonprofit government relations and participate in the daily operations of a policy organization. Students will work closely with the policy team to develop educational materials for the public and learn the philosophy behind and methodology of implementing pro-family public policies.
Terms of the Program – Internships demand 15-25 hours each week and are typically offered for the spring, fall, and summer semesters. Daytime availability is a must. College credit is available but the intern is responsible for making the appropriate arrangement with his or her college. Internships do not include compensation.
Internship Duties – The intern works primarily in the policy, research, and grassroots divisions of Center for Arizona Policy. The intern will attend seminars and committee hearings as needed, assist with policy-related projects, and complete research projects as assigned. Additionally, the intern will assist with various administrative tasks in other areas of the organization.
Qualifications – Applicants must:
To apply, email your resume, a writing sample, an unofficial college transcript, and the name, position and contact information for two references to email@example.com and put “Policy Intern Application” in the subject line.
Program Goal – The Communications Internship Program at Center for Arizona Policy (CAP) provides students the opportunity to gain first-hand experience in communications and public relations for a nonprofit public policy organization. Students will be a part of the team responsible for communicating CAP’s mission and message to promote and defend foundational principles in the press, online, and at events.
Terms of the Program – Internships require 15-25 hours each week and are typically offered for the spring, fall, and summer semesters. Daytime availability is a must. College credit is available but the intern is responsible for making the appropriate arrangement with his or her college. Internships do not include compensation.
Internship Duties – The intern works primarily in the communications, marketing, and public relations divisions of Center for Arizona Policy. The internship will be writing intensive, as interns will assist with creating content for CAP’s Foundations blog, weekly emails to CAP’s statewide list, talking points for media interviews, op-eds, letters to the editor, as well as doing research projects and much more.
Interns will also be responsible for monitoring local and national media for coverage on CAP’s issue of life, marriage and family, religious liberty, and judicial reform. This will include monitoring activity on social networks like Facebook and Twitter.
Additionally, depending on the intern’s familiarity with audio and video editing software, interns will assist in recording and editing Public Service Announcements and online content. The intern will assist with various administrative tasks in other areas of the organization as well.
Qualifications – Applicants must:
To apply, email your resume, a writing sample, an unofficial college transcript, and the name, position and contact information for two references to firstname.lastname@example.org and put “Communications Intern Application” in the subject line.
If you were to listen to much of the reporting about the Hobby Lobby victory before the U.S. Supreme Court, you’d probably come away thinking the Green Family (who owns Hobby Lobby) has something against contraception.
Yet in reality, Hobby Lobby asked the High Court to protect their religious freedom to not be forced to pay only for abortion-inducing drugs under the Affordable Care Act – drugs like Plan B and Ella.
Recently on Politics Unplugged, CAP President Cathi Herrod dispelled the lies and misconceptions about this ruling and made it clear that like CAP-supported SB 1062, this ruling was about one thing: ensuring every American is free to live and work according to their faith.
Click the video below to watch the debate: