The Equality Act’s Implications for Abortion Would Be Devastating for Pregnant Women in the Workplace


The Equality Act’s sponsors seem to be trying to retool the Pregnancy Discrimination Act, transforming it from a law that is explicitly neutral as to abortion into a mechanism that may well be construed to require health care providers to perform abortions and states to fund them.

EPPC’s Roger Severino: Today’s Hearing Was Devastating for Xavier Becerra’s Nomination


EPPC Senior Fellow Roger Severino, who directs EPPC’s HHS Accountability Project, offered comments on today’s hearing for Xavier Becerra’s nomination for HHS Secretary. Mr. Severino served as Director of the Office for Civil Rights at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services from 2017 to 2021.

Remembering Lives of Consequence


While every life is fascinating, some lives leave a deeper impress on history than others, and they’re all the more fascinating for it.

The Equality Act and the End of ‘Females’


The Equality Act spells disaster—not only for females, but for all of us who believe that our laws and language must be grounded in reality.

The Equality Act Is Farewell To A Christian Metaphysic


By redefining the human person, we leave behind the moral imagination that built our civilization.

When Amazon Erased My Book


Three years after publication, in the same week that the House of Representatives plans to ram through the Equality Act—a radical transgender bill amending the Civil Rights Act of 1964—Amazon has erased EPPC President Ryan T. Anderson’s book opposing gender ideology from its cyber shelves.

INTERVIEW: The Complicated Journey of Becoming an American


Luma Simms, a fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, describes learning how to describe her identity, what the American identity should include, and how she synthesizes each day her American self and her Iraqi self.

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