Big Win! Court Rules Photographer Chelsey Nelson Has the Right to Choose Which Events to Celebrate
Today a federal district court ruled in favor of ADF client Chelsey Nelson, a creative professional in Louisville, Kentucky.
WATCH: How Michigan Is Prioritizing a Political Agenda Over Vulnerable Children
In Michigan, government officials have slammed the door on an opportunity for some of the 13,000 children in its foster care system to find loving homes.
What Happened When a Speech Professor Bullied a Student Because of His Beliefs
Professors can’t threaten and bully students just because they happen to disagree with their beliefs.
Meet the Kentucky Photographer Standing Up for Free Speech
Chelsey serves everyone, but she cannot promote all messages.
Court Stops Vermont From Treating Religious High School Students Worse Than Everyone Else
We are simply asking that the state of Vermont treat students at religious high schools equally and give them the same opportunities as public school students.
In Targeting a Christian School for Its Beliefs, the Government Is Harming Low-Income Students
State officials are targeting a Christian school because of its beliefs and they are harming low-income students in the process.