Last Updated: 6/2/2020
ADF attorneys filed a friend-of-the-court brief on behalf of 50-year-old David Hockenberry, who has had acute mental disabilities since birth. Hockenberry's legal guardians sought to deny him of life-preserving treatment even though he is neither unconscious nor terminally ill. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court determined that state law prevents such actions for those who are not nearing death and have not refused medical treatment.
LifeSCOTUS Struck Down a Law Protecting Women… 4 Stories Show Why Such Laws Are Necessary
Many abortion providers have consistently failed to offer women the level of care they deserve—which is why laws protecting women’s safety and patient rights are necessary.
LifeThis Pregnancy Center Standing Up to Planned Parenthood Is True Bravery
Choices Pregnancy Center could have stayed silent.
LifeWashington State Wants to Force This Church to Pay for Abortions
The state of Washington has passed a law that forces churches like Cedar Park to pay for abortions through their health insurance plans.
Religious FreedomVermont Alliance for Ethical Healthcare v. Hoser
ADF attorneys, allied attorney file federal complaint against state medical licensing authorities
Religious FreedomMorris v. King
ADF brief explains doctor-prescribed death is not a constitutional right
Religious FreedomHooker v. Slatery
Alliance Defending Freedom has filed a friend-of-the-court brief in a Tennessee court on behalf of six pro-life organizations that oppose the legalization of doctor-prescribed death within the state.