From the Nom Blog

NCAA Puts Politics Before Safety

From Ed Whelen at NRO's "The Corner" blog: On Friday, the NCAA announced that cities interested in hosting NCAA championships must fill out a questionnaire on whether they have laws (state or local) that govern use of bathrooms and locker rooms. Questions include: 3. Does your city, county/parish and/or state regulate choice of bathrooms or […][read more]

"I was terminated because of my religion"

Another sad story of the "tolerance" of the LGBT movement comes to us today from Bill Donohue of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, writing at CNSNews.com: In May, Javier Chavez, senior store detective at the Macy's store in Flushing, New York, received a phone call stating that a male had entered the […][read more]

NOM Launches Critical Summer Membership Drive

Dear Marriage Supporter, As you know, we are in a critical period in our work to protect the rights of Americans to be free of government persecution for living out the truth of marriage in their daily lives and at work. We are pushing legislation in Congress and working with allies in the states to […][read more]

NOM Launches Campaign To Defeat Missouri Representative Anne Zerr Who Betrayed Missourians, Denying Them The Right To Vote On Critical Religious Liberty Protections

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 22, 2016 Contact: Joseph Grabowski (202) 457-8060 x-110 | jgrabowski@nationformarriage.org "It's the height of hypocrisy that this politician who denied voters their own chance to decide this issue now demands they vote for her." - Brian Brown, NOM President Washington, D.C. – Washington, DC – Following through on a promise made […][read more]