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WFA president weighs in on recent court decision to redefine “sex” in federal law | VIDEO

US Supreme Court Once Again Oversteps Authority; In major decision Court redefines biological sex

Julaine Appling, WFA president, weighs in on recent Supreme Court decision to redefine biological sex. Read press release here: https://wifamilyaction.org/us-supreme-court-once-again-oversteps-authority-in-major-decision-court-redefines-biological-sex/

Posted by Wisconsin Family Action on Tuesday, June 16, 2020

RESOURCES: Take Action to Protect Your Church/Ministry

  • Marriage by Design, Alliance Defending Freedom, 2015 – “The #1 action for churches and faith-based ministries to take now that the U.S. Supreme Court is considering whether same-sex marriage is required by the constitution.”
  • Suggested Language for Church By-Laws, Alliance Defending Freedom, 2015 – “Suggestions to strengthen the by-laws of a church to ensure the broadest possible protections of church autonomy.”

Wisconsin Family Action Issues Statement on US Supreme Court Hearing on Marriage

MADISON – This morning the US Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments in four cases related to the definition of marriage. The now-consolidated cases come from the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals, covering Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee. The high court decided to hear these cases after the 6th Circuit became the first circuit court in the country ruling that states do have the right to determine for themselves what marriage will be and have a compelling interest to restrict marriage to one man and one woman. Read more

Wisconsin Family Action Statement on US Supreme Court Decision To Hear Marriage Case

MADISON – Today the US Supreme Court announced it will take up marriage cases on appeal from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. That circuit covers Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee. Unlike the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals that determined that Wisconsin’s marriage amendment is unconstitutional, the 6th Circuit ruled that states do indeed have the right to determine for themselves what marriage will be.

Read full release here.