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Arkansas Senate OKs Ten Commandments monument

- Associated Press

The Arkansas Senate voted Wednesday to allow a Ten Commandments display to be built near the Capitol, a move the lawmaker has called a nod to history but critics have said would amount to the state endorsing religion.

"Do You Believe?" is a movie described as "Crash" for Christians. The film offers a cast of big stars and bigger expectations.

Lee Majors, Cybill Shepherd, Brian Bosworth discuss 'Do You Believe' faith film

Billed as "Crash" for the Christian crowd, the faith-based film "Do You Believe?" from Pure Flix Entertainment — the company behind last year's megasuccess "God's Not Dead," which cost just $2 million to make but grossed $62 million — offers a cast of big stars and bigger expectations.

Indiana House vote on religious objections bill

- Associated Press

The 63-31 roll call Monday by which the Indiana House voted in favor of a proposal that would add greater protections for religious objections into state law.

Patience Alexander, 5, center, daughter of Angie Alexander, left, and Cynthia Alexander (not shown), was recruited by Freedom Indiana to deliver two wagonloads of letters, about 10,000 in all, from opponents of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act to the office of Indiana House of Representatives Speaker Brian Bosma, R-Indianapolis, and accepted by Tory Flynn, right, director of communications for the Indiana House Republicans, at the Indiana Statehouse in Indianapolis on Monday, March 23, 2015. Morgan Perrill (above Flynn), staff director and legislative assistant for Bosma, helped accept the letters. Supporters say the legislation would protect religious freedoms, but opponents say it would allow discrimination against gays and lesbians. The Indiana House today is expected to vote on the legislation on Monday. (AP Photo/The Indianapolis Star, Charlie Nye)

With GOP votes, Indiana House OKs religious objection bill

- Associated Press

The Indiana House approved by a wide margin Monday a proposal strengthening protections for religious objections in state law that opponents say could provide legal cover for discrimination against gay people.

House GOP rejects changes to religious objections bill

- Associated Press

Indiana House Republicans on Thursday deflected Democrats' attempts to shield local civil rights ordinances and church and home day care regulations from a proposal that supporters say could allow people to cite strong religious beliefs to deny services for activities such as same-sex weddings.