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News Release – Inne at the Abingtons Wins in Lawsuit

In July the Inne at the Abingtons did not permit the booking of a same-sex so-called wedding at their facility citing the owners religious beliefs as the reason. A social media firestorm ensued, leading to one heterosexual couple cancelling their event and demanding a refund of the non-refundable deposit and further demanding three times that amount for ‘damages.’ The American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFA of PA), a statewide advocate for religious liberty, asserted at the time that the resulting lawsuit was the true reason for the push for passage of SB and HB 300, which would add “sexual orientation and gender identity or expression” to the PA Human Relations Act.

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News Release – Kathleen Kane Wrong in Signing Amicus Brief

Pennsylvania’s Attorney General Kathleen Kane has expanded her activism in promoting the legalization of same-sex marriage. She has joined other liberal attorneys general in signing an amicus brief asking the United States Supreme Court to legalize so-called same-sex marriage nationwide. The American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFA of PA), a statewide advocate for natural marriage, has contacted Attorney General Kane’s office expressing outrage over her misguided efforts in pushing the legalization of counterfeit marriage.

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News Release – Allegheny County Council Urged to Approve National Motto

This evening Allegheny County Council is considering Resolution 8376-14 which would allow the posting of our Nation’s Motto “In God We Trust” and the Bill of Rights in the Gold Room, where the Allegheny County Council meets in the Allegheny County Courthouse. The American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFA of PA), a statewide advocate for the First Amendment, has contacted Allegheny County Council members asking them to support this patriotic statement.

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Allegheny County Alert – Ask County Council to Support National Motto

Thanks to your efforts, the Allegheny County Government Reform Committee voted 5 to 1 to advance Resolution (8376-14) to the full Council for a vote at 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, September 9th. Remember, if passed, this would allow the posting of “In God We Trust” as well as the Bill of Rights in the Council Chambers. So . . . how many emails did it take to impact this committee? Last week, in a period of 72 hours, Council members received 28 e-mails in support of the motto and two emails opposing the motto. That’s all . . . but don’t wait for someone else to send an email asking for a “Yea” vote on Resolution (8376-14). This time, let’s try to make it 50 emails in support!