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Christian law school standing strong after win at Nova Scotia Court of Appeals

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia – The Nova Scotia Court of Appeals Tuesday upheld a trial court’s decision which found that the province’s Barristers’ Society doesn’t have the authority to deny accreditation to Trinity Western University’s law school because of its biblical beliefs on appropriate sexual behavior. The decision comes after a ruling from an appeals court in Ontario in June found the opposite, creating a split decision that may increase the odds that the case is destined for the Supreme Court of Canada.  Read more >>

Alaska Supreme Court: Parents can be left in dark when child seeks abortion

ANCHORAGE, Alaska – The Alaska Supreme Court struck down a voter-approved state law Friday that required at least one parent to be notified before a minor child can obtain an abortion.  Read more >>

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