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Topic - Mathew Staver
A federal appeals court on Friday put the brakes on a first-of-its-kind California law that bans therapy aimed at turning gay minors straight.
A federal judge is considering whether to block a first-of-its kind California law that prohibits licensed therapists from counseling gay minors on how to become straight.
A lawsuit challenging the Obama administration's health care law will be heard again in a federal appellate court, the Supreme Court ruled Monday.
The legal fight against Obamacare lives on. On Monday, the Supreme Court vacated an appellate court ruling that had favored the health care takeover and granted opponents a second chance to make their case that the law is unconstitutional.
Despite their election night "bruising," social-conservative groups are counseling each other to keep the faith, prepare for another day – and "modernize" their views.
Liberty University has asked the Supreme Court to hear its case against President Obama's new health care law, after a lower court ruled the university's challenge premature.
A federal appeals panel of three Democrat-appointed federal judges heard arguments Tuesday in two cases attempting to overturn President Obama's health care overhaul.
"This law is politically motivated to interfere with counselors and clients. Liberty Counsel is thankful that the 9th Circuit blocked the law from going into effect," Staver said. "This law is an astounding overreach by the government into the realm of counseling and would have caused irreparable harm."