Missouri Attorney General Joshua Hawley is pressing forward with an investigation into the notorious website Backpage.com despite a lawsuit filed by the company against him alleging harassment.
A Central Missouri church has won a major victory before the U.S. Supreme Court that may open the door to religious organizations having equal access to the secular use of public funding.
The Missouri House of Representatives has bolstered an omnibus pro-life bill being debated in the Missouri Legislature in order to help prevent the trafficking of the body parts of unborn children who have been aborted.
An organic produce farmer is suing the City of East Lansing, Michigan, for excluding him from their local farmers’ market because of his support for traditional marriage.
A Kentucky appeals court has vindicated the free speech rights of a Lexington print shop owner in a much-watched case that has major national religious liberty implications.
A federal judge has ordered the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) to expedite the issuance of licenses to Planned Parenthood organizations to open four new abortion clinics in Missouri.
The Missouri House of Representatives has approved a measure which would expand the circumstances in which passive euthanasia can occur in the state of Missouri.
President Donald Trump is expected to sign legislation approved by Congress which would restore authority to the states to ban the allocation of federal funds to the Planned Parenthood abortion empire.
The Missouri House has approved legislation which would raise the minimum age for a teenager to get married in Missouri without a judge’s permission from 15 to 17.
The Trump Administration announced last week that they are rescinding former President Obama’s open bathroom mandate for public schools.