Considering the Costs of Transgenderism

During the past few months, the Center for Childhood Innocence (a joint venture of New Yorker’s Family Research Foundation and the Feed My Sheep Foundation) has been exposing the costly nature of “transgenderism” and its negative impact upon young people. “Transgenderism” is costly for children and young people in several different ways. First, there are…

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We’re Going Places In 2023!

Before we turn out the lights on 2022, we want to thank the thousands of donors across the state who are assuring that our work will enter 2023 fiscally strong. With hours left before the New Year’s Eve ball drops, we’re only $66,785.28 away from meeting our budget goal. Thank you for donating toward this need. Every dollar…

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The 2022 Legislative Session In Review

New Yorker’s Family Research Foundation (NYFRF) exists to educate, encourage, and equip Christians for effective participation in New York government. This 2022 Legislative Session in Review will summarize major policy developments that occurred in the New York State Legislature this year in the areas of sanctity of life, families, religious liberty, and justice and mercy.…

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2022 Legislative Session In Review: Protecting Human Life

New Yorker’s Family Research Foundation (NYFRF) exists to educate, encourage, and equip Christians for effective participation in New York government. This 2022 Legislative Session in Review feature summarizes major policy developments that occurred in the New York State Legislature this year in regard to the sanctity of life. On June 24, 2022, the Supreme Court…

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2022 Legislative Session In Review: Promoting Strong Families

New Yorker’s Family Research Foundation (NYFRF) exists to educate, encourage, and equip Christians for effective participation in New York government. This 2022 Legislative Session in Review feature summarizes major policy developments that occurred in the New York State Legislature this year in regard to the family. In short, the 2022 legislative session did not feature…

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2022 Legislative Session In Review: Preserving Religious Liberty

New Yorker’s Family Research Foundation (NYFRF) exists to educate, encourage, and equip Christians for effective participation in New York government. This 2022 Legislative Session in Review feature summarizes major policy developments that occurred in the New York State Legislature this year in regard to religious liberty. In 2022, the State Legislature passed two bills that…

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2022 Legislative Session In Review: Proclaiming Justice and Mercy

New Yorker’s Family Research Foundation (NYFRF) exists to educate, encourage, and equip Christians for effective participation in New York government. This 2022 Legislative Session in Review feature summarizes major policy developments that occurred in the New York State Legislature this year. In regard to issues of justice and mercy, the Legislature took several steps in…

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Give Thanks With A Grateful Heart

Psalm 95:1-3: “O come, let us sing unto the Lord: let us make a joyful noise to the rock of our salvation. Let us come before his presence with thanksgiving, and make a joyful noise unto him with psalms. For the Lord is a great God, and a great King above all gods.” On Thursday,…

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‘Respect for Marriage Act’ Would Hurt Children

By Katy Faust Control of the U.S. Senate has been decided and now we hear that Senate Democrats have scheduled a vote Wednesday on the misnamed Respect for Marriage Act, in hopes of legislatively cementing the mother- and father-loss that the Supreme Court’s Obergefell ruling endorsed seven years ago.  With Obergefell, the Supreme Court made gay marriage the…

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Life Suffers Setback In State Ballot Proposals

Austin, TX, USA-Oct. 2, 2021: Pro-life counter protesters at the Women's March pro-choice rally at the Capitol support Texas' abortion law that effectively bans abortions after six weeks of pregnancy.

To put it mildly, Election Day 2022 was a setback for the pro-life movement in the United States. Five states voted on abortion-related ballot measures on Election Day, and the pro-abortion side prevailed in all five. According to Politico, the states of California, Michigan, and Vermont voted to add legal protections for abortion, while voters in…

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