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Office Depot Refuses Pro-Life Woman's Print Order Because It “Persecutes” Pro ... - LifeNews.com

Office Depot Refuses Pro-Life Woman's Print Order Because It “Persecutes” Pro ... - LifeNews.com | Conservative Policy Development | Scoop.it
The office supply store Office Depot is coming under fire from pro-life advocates after it refused to print pro-life flyers for a pro-life woman who wanted to d
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It's pretty simple - if Christian businesses don't have the right to refuse business because it supports or endorses something that runs counter to their personal, deeply-held beliefs, why are other businesses allowed hold policies that discriminate against people who have those personal, deeply-held beliefs seeking to use their services?

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California’s ‘Parent Trigger’ Law Poses Challenges on Schools

California’s ‘Parent Trigger’ Law Poses Challenges on Schools | Conservative Policy Development | Scoop.it
Parents at more than a dozen schools in California are hoping to take advantage of a trigger law, demanding that their schools radically improve.

 

Interesting approach in California to challenging entrenched education bureaucracies.


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Planned Parenthood and a return to federalism

Planned Parenthood and a return to federalism | Conservative Policy Development | Scoop.it
Planned Parenthood and a return to federalism: By John Davidson The co-mingling of finances and rule-making in… http://t.co/U0DRge1oRc
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John Davidson with the Texas Public Policy Foundation shares a Texas point of view on how to approach defunding Planned Parenthood - Indiana tried something similar but the federal courts prevented us from cancelling contracts the state set up that were funded with federal tax dollars.

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