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The Mississippi Supreme Court has recognized the parental rights of both moms in a separated lesbian couple. While several other states have resolved similar issues raised by marriages that were not originally recognized, the Mississippi case instead...

The Management & Training Corporation operates two federal prisons and 20 more state/local prisons around America; previously, it has been censured by Arizona for its role in deadly prison riots; now, the ACLU and Southern Poverty Law Center are suin...

On Monday Mississippi governor Phil Bryant signed into law the nations strictest abortion ban. The new law bans abortions after 15 weeks gestation. Many states ban abortion after 20 weeks. This makes Mississippi’s new law on life the toughest i...

Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant (R) signed the country’s most restrictive abortion bill into law Monday, banning abortion after 15 weeks gestation. The law will take effect immediately, and makes exceptions only for cases of fetal abnormality or...

On Tuesday, the Mississippi state senate passed a bill 35-14 that would ban abortions after just 15 weeks of pregnancy. The senate vote brings the state one step closer to enacting the most restrictive abortion ban in the country. Current state l...

Religious liberty prevails. The post Supreme Court’s Refusal to Hear Two “Discrimination” Cases Means WIN for Religious Freedom appeared first on RedState.

You may have heard that President Trump’s new Advisory Commission on Election Integrity is asking state election officials to turn over a raft of very personal data about voters’ records. Not surprisingly, some states are reluctant to provide thi...