September 18, 2020

BREAKING: Family Policy Alliance Responds to Justice Ginsburg’s Passing

Colorado Springs, Colo. – As news broke that U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died today at age 87, Family Policy Alliance’s Vice President of Strategy, Autumn Leva, responded to the news:

“The entire Family Policy Alliance team expresses its sincere condolences to Justice Ginsburg’s family, as well as her colleagues on the Court, as they mourn her loss and celebrate her lifetime of accomplishments.

“While Family Policy Alliance sharply criticized Justice Ginsburg’s flawed interpretation of laws that ultimately advanced abortion and harmed both religious freedom and families, she held a position of honor in our nation’s highest Court and built friendships on both sides of the aisle. Her groundbreaking work to eliminate discrimination on the basis of sex, while leading to many negative and unintended consequences, also helped pave the way for the transformation of athletic and educational opportunities for girls – a battle that continues in the headlines today.

“Our prayers are with Justice Ginsburg’s family. They are also with our nation’s leaders, who face pivotal decisions that will shape the Court and the country for generations.”

Media Contact:

Robert Noland, (719) 308-2822, Media@FamilyPolicyAlliance.com


Family Policy Alliance works to advance biblical citizenship and promote good public policy that protects religious freedom, families, and life.


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