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Explainer: The Biden administration backs down from transgender mandate

On June 21, the Biden administration passed on its final opportunity to appeal the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeal’s ruling that struck down the “transgender mandate” in Sisters of Mercy v. Becerra. Counsel in the case, Luke Goodrich, said, “after multiple defeats in court, the federal government has thrown in the towel on its controversial, medically unsupported transgender mandate.”

Explainer: Why the ERLC still opposes the Respect for Marriage Act

Yesterday’s Senate vote to take up the Respect for Marriage Act was likely last opportunity for the bill to be stopped.

FIRST-PERSON: 3 reasons why people migrate despite difficulties and uncertainty

The Biden administration recently announced that it plans to terminate Title 42, a pandemic-era rule that closed the United States’ borders to asylum seekers and others, on May 23.

EXPLAINER: What is the Mississippi abortion case about?

As anticipation builds and news coverage increases, both sides of the abortion debate are sounding the alarm that the recognized right to life in our country could be drastically changed as the Supreme Court reconsiders the harmful “viability standard” set in Roe v. Wade and affirmed in Planned Parenthood v. Casey. This challenge to the existing law comes […]

FIRST-PERSON: 4 reasons why Christians should care about what’s happening in Ukraine

On Thursday, Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine and launched attacks on cities and airports throughout the country, including near the capital, Kyiv. According to The New York Times, “​​Russian troops moved across the Ukrainian border in multiple areas at once, landing in the port city of Odessa in the south and crossing the eastern border into Kharkiv, the second largest city.” The attack sadly unfolded exactly in line with President Biden’s repeated, dire predictions. Putin, who wields the largest estimated nuclear stockpile in the world, threatened that nations “will face consequences greater than any you have faced in history” for interfering with his invasion.