Our Work Is Making a Difference!

In the past, when pro-lifers engaged in protected First Amendment activity, like preaching the Gospel or holding pro-life signs or signing worship songs, on the public sidewalk right outside of the waiting room of the Capital Care Network abortion center in Toledo, Ohio, the police would arrive…

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Month in Review – March 2019

Here are the highlights for March: *On March 12, AFLC filed a First Amended Complaint in our lawsuit against the Michigan Attorney General and the Director of Michigan’s Department of Civil Rights, adding additional allegations, which include a statement posted by Dana Nessel, the Michigan AG, on…

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Month in Review – February 2019

Here are the highlights for February: * On February 12, we had our first conference with the federal court judge presiding in our case Zastrow v. City of Toledo, where we are representing two pro-lifers who are challenging the City’s repeated enforcement of state and local laws…

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Two New, and Interesting, Developments

First: Last month, we filed a “writ of mandamus” in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.  This is an extraordinary measure.  Generally, a petition for a mandamus order is made to compel a judicial officer to perform a duty owed to the petitioner.  It…

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Month in Review – January 2019

Here are the highlights for January—we are starting the year off with a “bang”: *On January 10, we filed a “writ of mandamus” in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.  This is an extraordinary measure.  Generally, a petition for a mandamus order is made…

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Month in Review – December 2018

Here are the highlights for December: *On December 19, a federal district court judge in Oklahoma denied the parties’ cross-motions for summary judgment in a lawsuit filed by Raja’ee Fatihah, a member of CAIR-Oklahoma, against Chad and Nicole Neal, the owners of the Save Yourself Survival and…

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Silent No More

On this day forty-six years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court decided Roe v. Wade, declaring that an unborn child was not a legal “person” and thus possessed no rights under our Constitution, including the most fundamental right: the right to life. This fateful decision and its consequences…

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Month in Review – November 2018

Here are the highlights for November: *On November 5, we filed a reply brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit in our lawsuit challenging the City’s approval of the construction of a mega-mosque in a largely Chaldean Christian neighborhood in Sterling Heights, Michigan.…

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Month in Review – October 2018

Here are the highlights for October: * On October 8, we filed a reply brief in support of our application for leave to appeal to the Michigan Court of Appeals in our case representing five pro-lifers who were arrested, charged, and convicted for engaging in a Red…

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Month in Review – September 2018

Here are the highlights for September: * On September 4, we filed our reply brief in the California Court of Appeals in our lawsuit against The Irvine Company, the owner of the Irvine Spectrum Center and Fashion Island, two large shopping centers located in Orange County, alleging…

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