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Grief Yes, Despair No

“I would have despaired unless I had believed that I would see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living." Psalm 27:13 NASB As CAP Communications Director Aaron Baer shared recently, when I have faced a trial or been overwhelmed with a disappointment or...

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Protecting Your Church

Alan Sears, the President, CEO, & General Counsel of Alliance Defending Freedom has written a letter to churches and pastors encouraging them to distribute the CAP Voter Guide. In the letter, Mr. Sears explains that CAP’s Voter Guide is 501(c)(3) compliant and...

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#InvestigateNow

Eighteen year-old Tyler Kost has been indicted by the Pinal County Attorney on 27 counts of sexual assault and abuse. One of the young girls he raped in late 2013 was taken to the Tempe Planned Parenthood by her mother to obtain an abortion last January. According to...

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Fall Internship Opportunities!

Interning with CAP provides students with real-life experience working in public policy. See the two descriptions below and email us at intern@azpolicy.org with any questions. Policy Intern Overview Program Goal – The Internship Program at Center for Arizona Policy...

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Cathi on Politics Unplugged

If you were to listen to much of the reporting about the Hobby Lobby victory before the U.S. Supreme Court, you’d probably come away thinking the Green Family (who owns Hobby Lobby) has something against contraception. Yet in reality, Hobby Lobby asked the High Court...

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Cathi on Hobby Lobby

Cathi Herrod was on Faith Talk 1360's Koinonia with Tom Brown to discuss the Hobby Lobby Stores and Conestoga Wood Specialties win, where the United States Supreme Court said that under the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act, closely held private businesses...

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Doors Staying Open!

A few weeks ago, Cathi shared with you the story of the Isaiah 58 Project in Quartzsite, Arizona. La Paz County required the church to pay the tax even though both state law and the Arizona Department of Revenue say the church isn’t liable. Alliance Defending Freedom...

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What do all of these drugs have in common?

Q: What do all of these drugs have in common? Actiq: For the management of breakthrough cancer pain in patients with malignancies who are already receiving and who are tolerant to opioid therapy for their underlying persistent cancer pain. Revlimid: Provides for the...

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