Monthly Archives: July 2011

Timely articles from AACS publication, “The Washington Flyer”

Senate Holds Hearing on Repeal of DOMA Last week, the Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing for Senator Dianne Feinstein’s (D – CA) bill S.598 , the Respect for Marriage Act. This deceptively titled proposal actually seeks to repeal the … Continue reading

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Education groups seek clarity in scholarship law

by Lindsay Field The Marietta Daily Journal ATLANTA – More than 7,000 Georgia students, including some in Cobb County, receive scholarships to attend private school under a state program. Still, though, some education groups are working for more clarity and … Continue reading

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New Booster Seat Law in Georgia will affect Christian Preschools and Church Childcare Centers

The Georgia General Assembly passed a new law in the 2011 session which places further restrictions and regulations on the use of booster seats. This law will affect Christian Preschools and Church Childcare centers that transport children. GA Transportation Fact … Continue reading

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Liberty Counsel Clients Celebrate the Upholding of Religious Liberties

By Rachel Devamithran, Liberty Counsel Intern and former AACS Legislative employee Perhaps America’s Founding Fathers had a special celebration this last Independence Day as Liberty Counsel upheld the “truths to be self-evident,” through their settlement with the American Civil Liberties … Continue reading

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Happy Independence Day

On this Independence Day weekend, there is much to celebrate – and contemplate. As I speak in churches regularly, I meet people who are very concerned about the direction of our country – both morally and politically. The number one … Continue reading

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