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Do Religious Organizations Count as 'Church' in Pension Plan Exemption? Supreme Court Weighs Arguments

The outcome of a case currently before the U.S. Supreme Court regarding pension plans may dramatically affect hospitals, schools, and other non-profits with religious affiliations across the country, according to lawyers involved in the case. The case, Advocate Health Care Network v. Stapleton, involves hospital employees and three religiously affiliated hospitals: Advocate Health, St. Peter’s Healthcare System, and Dignity Health.

Trump Congress

Christian Leaders Urge Lawmakers to Reject Trump Administration's Proposed Budget Cuts on Foreign Aid

More than 100 Christian leaders signed a letter addressed to members of Congress, urging them to reject President Trump’s proposed budget cuts on foreign aid. The Trump administration released its budget blueprint on Thursday, called “America First: A Budget Blueprint to Make America Great Again,” among which included cuts to the foreign aid budget called the International Affairs Budget.

All gender restroom

Trump Administration Reverses Transgender Bathroom Directive

In a letter jointly signed by the Education and Justice Departments on Wednesday, the Trump administration rescinded a directive given to public schools during the Obama era to allow students to use sex-segregated facilities according to their gender identity.

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