Niagara Falls Couple’s Disturbing Attack on Elderly Man Heads to Grand Jury After Shocking Discovery

Niagara Falls Couple to Face Grand Jury in “Vicious and Violent” Attack TOWN OF NIAGARA – A couple from Niagara Falls, New York, has waived their right to a preliminary hearing on Monday following what law enforcement sources describe as a “vicious and violent” attack on a man in the Town of Niagara. Gregory Perry, 31, and Ashley McMillen, 35, have been incarcerated since their arrest on Tuesday night. Perry is being held without bail, while McMillen’s bail is set at $100,000. Law enforcement officials apprehended the couple after forcibly entering a trailer in Cayuga … Read more

Alabama Governor Signs Legislation Protecting IVF Clinics: Ensuring Hope and Parenthood for Couples

Montgomery, Alabama – Alabama Governor Kay Ivey has signed legislation that provides legal protection to in vitro fertilization (IVF) providers. This move comes in response to a recent ruling by the Alabama Supreme Court that equated frozen embryos to children, raising concerns about potential legal liabilities for clinics and prompting a pause in services by three major IVF providers. The new law shields providers from lawsuits and criminal prosecution in the event of any damage or death of an embryo during IVF procedures. The legislation was proposed by Republicans in the state Legislature as a … Read more

Michigan Faces Potential Changes to Surrogacy Laws, Offering Hope to Couples

Lansing, Michigan – Michigan is one of the few states in the country that prohibits compensated surrogacy contracts. This means that individuals in Michigan are not allowed to pay someone to carry a baby for them. The state’s strict surrogacy laws present significant challenges for those who choose to have a child through surrogacy, particularly when it comes to gaining parental rights. Adam Taylor, who had a baby with his husband through a surrogate, knows firsthand the difficulties faced by individuals seeking surrogacy in Michigan. Taylor, who now resides in California, mentors families in Michigan … Read more

Former Kentucky County Clerk Kim Davis Ordered to Pay $260,000 in Attorney Fees for Denying Gay Couples’ Marriage Licenses

MOREHEAD, Kentucky – Former Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis has been ordered by a federal judge to pay approximately $260,000 in attorney fees and expenses to a same-sex couple she denied a marriage license to in 2015. This comes in addition to the $100,000 she was previously ordered to pay the couple in September. The couple’s attorney, Michael Gartland of DelCotto Law Group, expressed satisfaction with the ruling. Gartland has represented the couple throughout the legal proceedings, but did not comment on the latest ruling. The $260,000 amount includes payment to his law firm. Liberty … Read more