The political tug-of-war waging within the U.S. Catholic Church made headlines in Colorado this month when the church’s Campaign for Human Development threatened to pull tens of thousands of dollars in support from Durango-based immigrant-rights group Compañeros More….
The political tug-of-war waging within the U.S. Catholic Church made headlines in Colorado this month when the Church’s Campaign for Human Development threatened to pull tens of thousands of dollars in support from Durango-based immigrant-rights group Compañeros.
As the New York Times first reported More…, the anti-poverty Catholic Campaign
Nicole Mosher, executive director of Durango-based nonprofit immigrant-aid organization Compañeros More…, is weighing how to keep her organization running effectively in light of the surprising news that the anti-poverty Catholic organization that supplies half of Companeros’ annual budget will likely end that support due to Compañeros’ indirect association with gay-rights
In a recent interview with The New York Times, 81-year-old televangelist Pat Robertson, founder of the Christian Broadcasting Network and host of The 700 Club, endorsed ballot measures in Colorado and Washington that would legalize marijuana. More …
In a scathing editorial that blames the Obama administration for the state’s upcoming expected loss of a potentially life-saving federal health care program, Gov. Rick Perry leaves out a few key points amid his condemnation.
Posted just a few days after the Texas Health and Human Services Commission signed a More…
While a Republican Senate bill More… seeking to overturn the Obama administration’s contraception health care policy rule was eventually tabled Thursday morning, a fight over religious freedom and women’s health proceeded, with two Texas Senators defending the measure.
Texas Republican Senators and bill co-sponsors, John Cornyn and Kay Bailey Hutchison, voted
By next week, more than 2,500 low-income women living in Odessa will be forced to go elsewhere for basic reproductive and family planning care. The West Texas Planned Parenthood center’s upcoming closure marks the first of likely many casualties as a result of the soon to be cut Medicaid-based Women’s More…