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The Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, Roy S. Moore (http://judicial NULL.alabama NULL.gov/Bios/rmoore NULL.cfm), has proposed an amendment to the United States Constitution entitled the “Marriage Preservation Amendment.” In support of this proposed amendment he has issued a letter to all the governors, lieutenant governors, and legislative bodies of the fifty states urging each state to call for a “Convention
Kayla Moore, President for Foundation for Moral Law has issue this press release:
MONTGOMERY, AL: Today the Foundation for Moral Law, a Montgomery-based legal advocacy foundation dedicated to the defense of religious liberty and the U.S. Constitution as understood by its Framers, filed a friend-of-the-court brief with the U.S. Supreme Court today on behalf of Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties in their lawsuit against
October 16, 2013
The Honorable Todd Strange
Mayor, City of Montgomery
103 South Perry
Montgomery, AL 36104
Re: Operation Good Shepard
Dear Mayor Strange:
The Foundation for Moral Law and myself would like to take this opportunity to show you and the city of Montgomery our gratitude for your stand in fighting crime here in our capital city. We at the
MONTGOMERY—- Kayla Moore, President of the Montgomery-based Foundation for Moral Law, expressed her organization’s support for the Chairman of the Madison County, AL Commission’s custom of opening Commission meetings with prayer. She urged the Commission to stand firm against the demand by the Freedom from Religion Foundation that the prayers cease.
Mrs. Moore expressed surprise that the Freedom from Religion Foundation would make such a
Foundation for Moral Law was recently on hand at the Prayer Caravan and Rally in Cullman Alabama. The FML offered their services should they be needed as the Freedom from Religion Organization (FFRF) threatened them to stop with the event they have had for the past three years. It is a prayer walk led by the school superintendent (not mandatory-it is voluntary) for students,
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The Foundation for Moral law sent two letters this week in defense of Cullman:
The Foundation for Moral Law has offered their assistance should either of these be challenged in Court. We commend them for their stand and will stand with them. Kayla Moore, President of the Foundation for
On Wednesday 26 June, 2013 the United States Supreme Court released opinions in United States v. Windsor, Executor of the Estate of Spyer Et.Al. and Hollingsworth Et.Al. v. Perry Et.Al., two cases involving same sex marriage.
Kayla Moore, President of the Foundation for Moral Law located in Montgomery, Alabama, and wife of Roy Moore, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama stated;
(MONTGOMERY, AL), March 7, 2013 – Today Foundation for Moral Law President Kayla Moore announced that the Foundation had filed a friend of the court brief in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in the case of Liberty University v. Timothy Geithner. Although the U.S. Supreme Court has declared the so called Affordable Care Act, better known as ObamaCare, to
Today Foundation for Moral Law President Kayla Moore announced that the Foundation had filed a friend of the court brief in the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in the case of Donald Welch v. Edmund G. Brown, Jr. The brief argues that a California statute, which makes it illegal for a counselor to suggest to a homosexual minor that homosexual activity
On January 29, 2013, the Foundation for Moral Law filed two briefs in the United States Supreme Court which soughtto protect traditional marriage. The Foundation’s Constitutional Scholar, Colonel John Eidsmoe, J.D., D.Min., was the primary author of the briefs filed in the cases of Dennis Hollingsworth v. Kristin Perry (case no. 12-144) and United States of America v. Edith Schlain Windsor (case no. 12-307).