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Revised immigration bill has bipartisan support

WASHINGTON (BP) – The Southern Baptist Convention’s ethics entity expressed hope new bipartisan legislation will translate into a focused endeavor to reform at last the United States’ immigration system.

ERLC objects to Department of Education transgender proposal

WASHINGTON (BP) – The Southern Baptist Convention’s ethics entity has called for withdrawal of a Biden administration proposal it says would force schools to discriminate against female athletes to continue to receive federal funding.

ERLC urges Congress to address border crisis

WASHINGTON (BP) – The Southern Baptist Convention’s ethics entity has urged Congress to find a solution for the “ongoing humanitarian emergency” at the United States’ southern border.

Baptist groups supporting ‘God-given rights of parents’

CHICAGO (BP)—A Southern Baptist Convention entity and a Baptist state convention have joined other organizations in defending before a federal appeals court the rights of Wisconsin parents challenging a school system’s transgender policy.

Effort to revive ERA falls short in Senate

WASHINGTON (BP) – The U.S. Senate rejected an attempt Thursday (April 27) to revive the Equal Rights Amendment more than four decades after the controversial proposal passed its deadline for ratification.

High court keeps abortion pill available during appeals process

WASHINGTON (BP) – The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Friday evening (April 21) the abortion pill will remain on the market for the time being while its approval is legally challenged.

Divided high court debates rights of religious employees

WASHINGTON (BP) – The U.S. Supreme Court’s oral arguments Tuesday (April 18) in a religious freedom case offered no clear indication whether it intends to revisit a previous decision and strengthen the right of workers to practice their beliefs without penalty.

Supreme Court suspends abortion pill ruling temporarily

WASHINGTON (BP) – The U.S. Supreme Court placed a temporary hold Friday afternoon (April 14) on a week-old decision that suspended the federal government’s 2000 approval of the abortion pill.

High court to rule on religious freedom in workplace

WASHINGTON (BP) – The U.S. Supreme Court is preparing to decide whether it should bolster workplace accommodations for the free exercise of religion.

Fifth Circuit upholds protections in abortion pill appeal

NEW ORLEANS (BP) – A federal appeals court has blocked a nationwide injunction suspending the two-decade-old approval of the abortion pill but restored protective requirements weakened in recent years by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.