Source Archives: Family Policy Council

  • What Do Americans Think About Paid Family Leave?

    The majority of developed countries around the world have some sort of government-financed paid family leave policy. Some countries more liberal than the United States—like Sweden—have 18 months of paid leave, while more conservative countries—like ...

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  • Life-Saving Legislation Fails to Pass U.S. Senate

    The U.S. Senate voted yesterday on whether to consider two bills that would protect the lives of innocent babies, both born and unborn. The “Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act,” and the “Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act&...

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  • 40 Days for Life Prays to End Abortion

    Many Christians will observe the season of Lent, which begins tomorrow, February 26, with Ash Wednesday, and runs until Maundy Thursday on April 9. Lent is a time to reflect on the life, death, and victorious resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is ...

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  • NC Family Supports the Health of Women and Babies in Louisiana

    NC Family and twenty-four other family policy organizations have signed onto an amicus brief submitted to the U.S. Supreme Court in support of a Louisiana law that would help ensure that medical care is provided to women ...

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  • Preparing For a Post-Roe World

    As more pro-life justices get appointed to the U....

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  • Fights to Save “Born Alive” Babies Around the Country

    The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing last week on the federal Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act. As Patrina Mosley, Director of Life, Culture and Women’s Advocacy at the Family Research Council, testified during ...

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  • 2020 Primary Candidate Resource Guide

    Early voting for the March 3 primary election began last week, and runs until Saturday, February 29. If you have not registered to vote, you can still do so at any One-Stop Early Voting site when you go to vote. ...

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  • High School Athletes Sue Over Connecticut Transgender Policy

    Three female high school track athletes filed a federal suit yesterday against the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC) for a policy that has allowed biological males to compete in girls’ sports. Selina Soule, Alanna Smith, and Chelsea Mitchell have ...

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  • Local Law Enforcement Fights Human Trafficking

    Two major undercover sting operations in the past month have sought to combat human trafficking in North Carolina. Both Alamance and Durham County Sheriff’s Departments conducted separate and successful stings in late January and early February, with a ...

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  • Guidelines For Better Religious Liberty

    Since 1993, every January 16 has been declared Religious Freedom Day by Presidential proclamation. During last month’s Religious Freedom Day, the Department of Education unveiled new federal guidelines for religious liberty. The creation and ...

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