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The Nebraska Legislature’s Appropriations Committee unexpectedly voted to strip key pro-life language from the state budget during a Committee vote yesterday.
Professional regulations prohibit abusive and coercive therapy, but these bills use broad, vague language to encompass any sort of counseling, including basic talk therapy. LB 167 & 168 dictate which counseling conversations are permissible.
A full legal analysis on LB 167 & 168 was done by Alliance Defending Freedom, a premier legal organization who has played a role in more than 50 victories at the U.S. Supreme Court. The analysis explains the truth about LB 167 & 168’s broad implications for religious freedom, free speech, and the rights of parents.
View your NFA weekly update on important news and events taking place at the State Capitol during the legislative session. This week we discuss the disheartening Appropriations Committee vote to remove pro-life Title X language out of the state budget.
“Alive From New York” – Focus on the Family to Broadcast Live 4-D Ultrasounds on Times Square Jumbotron
Capitol Connection Episode 107 "Alive From New York" - Focus on the Family to Broadcast Live 4-D Ultrasounds on Times Square Jumbotron The recent controversies surrounding abortion in New York and Virginia have given the pro-life community an opportunity to respond in...
Matt Sharp, Senior Legal Counsel for Alliance Defending Freedom explains how the bills LB 167 & 168 language censor speech. Learn how these bills would impact not only counselors but also ministries, parents, and patients. (In recent developments, bill sponsor Senator Megan Hunt withdrew LB 168, but LB 167 is still alive.)
Capitol Connection Episode 106 Trump Delivers Strong Pro-Life Message During State of the Union, Sasse's Abortion Survivor Bill Rejected from Unanimous Consent On this week's Capitol Connection Podcast, hear President Trump's strong pro-life message from the State of...
Calling in from Washington D.C., I had the opportunity to discuss with U.S. Senator Ben Sasse common-sense legislation requiring medical care for babies that survive abortion.
Autumn Leva, Policy and Communications Director for Family Policy Alliance discusses censoring talk therapy and the harms this presents to counselors, patients, parents, but also to American freedoms.
Whether its policies written by your local school board, an ordinance signed by your mayor, policies crafted by your state representative or laws passed by Congress – public policies affect you. They lay the foundation for the future of our children and grandchildren. That’s why NFA is committed to influencing policy, so that Nebraska might be a state where marriages and families thrive, life is cherished, and religious freedom is celebrated.
At Nebraska Family Alliance, prayer is the foundation of everything we do. According to 2 Chronicles 7:14, if God’s people will humble themselves, pray, and seek His face, God promises to heal the land. We believe if the body of Christ unites in prayer our state will be transformed according to His will.
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