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Crosstalk 03-28-2014 News Round-Up CD

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Jim Schnieder hosted this program that examined numerous stories of particular interest to the Christian community. Here's a sample of what was featured:


--World Vision was going to allow for the hiring of employees who are in same-sex marriages. They reversed that decision in less than 48 hours.


--Parents with children in the Tuscon Unified School District outraged because officials have determined that transgender students can use whatever bathroom they identify with.


--Illinois is one step closer to becoming the third state to ban reparative therapy for same-sex attracted minors.


--Nebraska's lesbian divorce case could end up paving the way for marriage equality in that state.


--Legislation has been introduced in Missouri to repeal the ban on same-sex marriage.


--The governor of Michigan announced that recent same-sex marriages are suspended and would not be recognized. Now the U.S. Department of Justice has determined that those marriages will be recognized by the federal government.


--Democrats in Congress are pushing President Obama to put forth an executive order to bring about ENDA with regard to federal contractors.


--Senator Marco Rubio gives the go-ahead to the Senate Judiciary Committee to proceed with judicial nominee Daryl Gales to serve as the first openly gay black man as a federal judge.


--U.S. Justice Department now training law enforcement officials in how to better understand and help the transgender community.


--A decree published in the official government newsletter of Mexico declares a national day for the fight against homophobia to be celebrated May 17th each year.


--The Church of England will no longer provide resistance to gay marriage among church-goers.


--Kansas can implement the law that effectively strips Planned Parenthood of state taxpayer funding.


--Two key provisions of Texas' pro-life law upheld by an all-female panel of judges from a U.S. Appeals Court.


--Remains of as many as 15,000 aborted babies were incinerated to provide heat at 27 U.K. hospitals.


--Nancy Pelosi presented with the Margaret Sanger award by the Planned Parenthood Federation.


--Scientists are working on new methods of human reproduction that employ the same gene altering techniques used by biotechnology companies like Monsanto.


--The Obama administration now says more than 6 million people have signed up for Obamacare but Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn says critical information is missing.


--Several Democrat senators moved yesterday to improve parts of Obamacare due to concerns over possible lost House seats.


--Senator Harry Reid is supporting President Obama on extension of Obamacare enrollment because he feels Americans are not educated on how to use the Internet.


--Vice President Joe Biden says 11 million undocumented aliens are already American citizens.


--Jewish leaders in Ukraine have purchased newspaper ads to publish an open letter accusing Putin of dishonestly regarding the extent of antisemitism in their nation.


--Michelle Obama and 3 family members are staying at an $8,350 per night Beijing presidential suite.


--The Saudi government is refusing to allow the Jerusalem Post Washington Bureau Chief to cover President Obama's trip the Arab nation.


--An Egyptian writer is demanding that his nation sue Israel over the 10 biblical plagues.



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