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* Another rude Obamacare surprise awaits -- "People who didn’t have health insurance during 2014 may soon have to pay a penalty fee that starts at $95 and goes up based on how much you earn."
* Debate over Christian club at Wantagh High School on Long Island -- "According to the Equal Access Act of 1984 it's unconstitutional not to allow faith-based clubs."
* Here’s What Happens to Your Data After You Die -- "...before you die and leave your family a mess of locked-down digital assets...There are three key things you need to do..."
* NAACP sues the Radiance Foundation for exercising right to Free Speech -- "The ACLU of Virginia and the Electronic Frontier Foundation file an amicus brief on behalf of The Radiance Foundation’s First Amendment rights to criticize an organization through parody."
* So You Think Theology Is Impractical? -- "When Angels Dance: The Practical Value of “Impractical” Questions...what sounds like a purely speculative question about the nature of angels is really a question about the fundamental nature of the universe itself. If the universe contains both spiritual and physical realities, how do they relate to each other?"
* Student punished for preaching sues Everett school district -- “Leal is described in the lawsuit as a 'young man who is a practitioner of the Christian faith' who believes he should convey his beliefs to others.”
* Study Suggests Genetic Link for Male Homosexuality -- "Experts not involved in the study were more skeptical."
* What Philippians 4:6-7 Bible Passage Can Teach Us About Managing Anxiety Today -- "Brandon Dale, a Brown University student, said he often turns to Biblical study to deal with school pressures and anxiety -- and he finds this one to be particularly powerful because of its complexity."
* Will Satanist material, Bibles both be banned from some Florida schools? -- "...the school board has discussed the possibility of revoking the policy allowing distribution of religious literature..."