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Governor Sam Brownback: Rally for Religious Freedom

April 9, 2016 | , | Posted in News/Updates

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Kansas Bishops Issue Statement on Brownback Executive Order

We are grateful that Governor Brownback has acted so swiftly to address some of the threats to religious freedom that have taken on new urgency since the United States Supreme Court’s misguided decision in Obergefell v. Hodges. When five individuals on the Supreme Court redefined the institution of marriage for the entire country, the Kansas […] Read More >>

Governor Signs Ban on Dismemberment Abortions

April 7, 2015 | , , | Posted in News/Updates

When Governor Brownback signed SB 95 this morning, Kansas become the first state in the country to ban dismemberment abortions, a brutal procedure in which an unborn child is torn limb from limb.  This procedure is typically used on unborn children that are 3-5 months along in a pregnancy.  There are roughly 600 dismemberment abortions […] Read More >>

Historic School Choice Legislation Signed Into Law

April 22, 2014 | , , | Posted in News/Updates

Governor Brownback has signed a bill into law that includes a school choice program which will be the first of its kind in Kansas. The “Tax Credit for Low Income Students Scholarship Program” will empower low-income families to choose a private education that they might not otherwise have been able to afford. Under the program, […] Read More >>

Governor Signs Landmark Religious Freedom Legislation

Yesterday, Governor Sam Brownback signed legislation that will help protect religious individuals and institutions from government coercion that would force them to violate their religious beliefs.  It is believed to be one of the strongest such laws in the country. To see how your state representative and state senator voted, click here. Read More >>

Legislature Sends Religious Freedom Bill to Governor

Today the Kansas Legislature sent to the governor a bill that would protect Kansans from government coercion that violates their religious beliefs.  The final House vote was 109-12 and the Senate vote was 34-4. Governor Brownback is expected to sign the bill. Read More >>

Huge Crowd Rallies in Topeka for Religious Freedom

WATCH THE RALLY HERE VIEW PICTURES FROM THE RALLY — CLICK AND SCROLL DOWN Kansas’ four Catholic bishops hosted a historic statewide rally for religious freedom at the State Capitol Building in Topeka today. A record crowd of thousands endured intense heat that surpassed triple digits and listened to remarks from keynote speaker Cathy Ruse, […] Read More >>