WASHINGTON (BP)--A conservative group says Rosie O'Donnell, who recently disclosed her homosexuality, will appear on a Nickelodeon Network program in which children will be asked if they think homosexuality is morally wrong and whether they believe laws are needed to protect homosexuals from discrimination.
WASHINGTON (BP)--A St. Louis mom is suing the public high school that blocked her from observing a school-sponsored assembly conducted by the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), according to a report on CNSNews.com.
WASHINGTON (BP)--A leading pro-family organization is questioning attempts by a suburban Washington, D.C., lesbian couple to deliberately create a deaf child, CNSNews.com reported April 2.
WASHINGTON (BP)--A new law signed by Massachusetts Republican Gov. Jane Swift will force pro-life groups to offer coverage of contraceptive devices as part of the health plans offered to their employees, CNSNews.com reported March 8. Pro-life groups say some contraceptives actually cause early pregnancies to be aborted.
WASHINGTON (BP)--Women who abort their first unintended pregnancy are more prone to clinical depression, increased substance abuse and suicide than women who carry their unintended pregnancy to term, a new study suggests.
WASHINGTON (BP)--The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled that parental rights can grow out of homosexual relationships, setting a precedent for non-biological parents seeking custody rights of children they helped raise.
WASHINGTON (BP)--A Michigan law passed on New Year's Eve will "strongly encourage" state and local government offices to display the U.S. motto, "In God We Trust," CNSNews.com reported.
WASHINGTON (BP)--Some 50-60 high school students in the Richmond, Va., area have been disciplined for using school-issued laptop computers to access and download hard-core pornography from the Internet. According to CNSNews.com, Henrico County school officials said the incidents were few in number and were handled appropriately, but others say it is a bigger problem nationwide.
WASHINGTON (BP)--The American Family Association (AFA) of Michigan said it will redeem, in cash, phony $5 bills a pro-homosexuality group plans to distribute to the Salvation Army over the holiday season, CNSNews.com reported Nov. 27.
WASHINGTON (BP)--The Salvation Army's Western Corporation will begin offering health care benefits to the domestic partners of its employees, many of whom are homosexual, despite the Salvation Army's long-standing policy against homosexuality, CNSNews.com reported Nov. 6.