This post is a part of our ongoing series discussing the importance of protecting marriage as the union between a man and a woman.
Over the weekend, New York’s same-sex “marriage” law went into effect. The National Review Online spoke with some of the nation’s leading experts on the topic and got their reaction. Read the story here. These leaders have some very interesting thoughts. (more…)
Today is a great day for everyone who calls Arizona home.
It’s been 90 days since the end of the 2011 legislative session, which means 16 Center for Arizona Policy (CAP)-supported bills take effect today. That’s 101 CAP-supported bills enacted into law since 1995! (more…)
Over the past decade, abortion advocates have attempted to propagate the idea that medication abortions are safer, easier, and less troublesome than surgical abortion. They claim that the abortion pill is a safe method to end a pregnancy, and many stop just short of encouraging it. The truth, of course, just isn’t that simple.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled in favor of religious liberty for an Arizona church today. In 2007, the city of Yuma had unlawfully denied the church a permit to use its building for worship. Attorneys for Center for Arizona Policy and the Alliance Defense Fund worked together to defend the church’s rights in court.