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Sup. Court begins weighing health care law

By Tom Strode - Mar 27, 2012

The U.S. Supreme Court opened its marathon consideration of the controversial 2010 health care law by weighing whether it must delay a decision on the measure until after it takes effect.

In oral arguments Monday (March 26), justices did not appear persuaded that a 145-year-old law would prevent them from ruling on the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, observers said afterward.…

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Military chaplains weathering ‘front wave’ of culture shift

By Mike Ebert - Aug 13, 2013

“We are proud of you. You are heroes to Southern Baptists.”

Kevin Ezell, president of the North American Mission Board, spoke those words to about 55 Southern Baptist senior military chaplains from across the armed services during a conference call that included Russell Moore, president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, and Doug Carver, the retired Army major general who leads NAMB’s chaplaincy efforts.…

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House panel OKs D.C. late-term abortion ban

By Tom Strode - Jul 19, 2012

WASHINGTON (BP) — A congressional committee has approved a bill seeking to place a limitation on the District of Columbia’s unfettered abortion policy.

The House of Representatives Judiciary Committee voted 18-14 Wednesday (July 18) to send the District of Columbia Pain-capable Unborn Child Protection Act to the full chamber.…

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