Could Supreme Court Decision Lead to Pseudo-Bans on LGBT Foster and Adoptive Parents?
As we reported yesterday, the Supreme Court has agreed to hear Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, a case related to the constitutionality of faith-based discrimination in child welfare. Some religiously affiliated providers, lead among them Catholic Social Services (CSS), want that right.
Supreme Court Sets Up Referendum on Faith-Based Discrimination in Foster Care, Adoption
The Supreme Court will hear arguments on whether faith-based child welfare providers have a constitutional right to discriminate against certain foster and adoptive parents, even if it’s done with taxpayer dollars.
Top Stories of 2019: The Faith-Based Battle Comes to Washington
We’re counting down 10 of the biggest stories The Imprint published in 2019. Each day, we’ll connect readers with a few links to our coverage on a big story from this past year.
Child Welfare Ideas from the Experts #3: Protecting LGBTQ Rights in Child Welfare
The Imprint is highlighting each of the policy recommendations made this summer by the participants of the Foster Youth Internship Program (FYI), a group of 10 former foster youths who have completed congressional internships.