Washington D.C. (June 25th, 2013) -- Traditional Values Coalition (TVC) founder and chairman Rev. Lou Sheldon and TVC president Andrea Lafferty will be available for press comment before and after the announcement of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and California Proposition 8 ruling at the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court:

We stand together as Christians in defense of marriage and the family and society founded upon them. While we come from a variety of communities and hold differing faith perspectives, we are united in our common faith in Jesus Christ.

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Traditional Values Coalition president Andrea Lafferty issued the following statement in the wake of the news that the Boy Scouts of America after incredible pressure by pro-homosexual groups chose to allow openly gay young men into their ranks...   
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Traditional Values Coalition president Andrea Lafferty issued the following statement after outcries from parents in Oklahoma asking why tornado shelters could not be provided for schools for $600,000 to $1 million per school...
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Traditional Values Coalition president Andrea Lafferty issued the following statement in reaction to Ohio Senator Rob Portman's recent repudiation of his stance against gay marriage in reaction to his son's homosexual preferences...   

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Traditional Values Coalition president Andrea Lafferty issued the following statement after the announcement that the Boy Scouts...   

TVC president Andrea Lafferty issued the following statement honoring today's March for Life at the U.S. Supreme Court, noting the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.

Traditional Values Coalition president Andrea Lafferty issued the following statement regarding the National Institute of Child and Human Development’s  testimony...

Traditional Values Coalition is running awareness campaigns in 7 states to inform voters which candidates for U.S. Senate support putting transgender teachers in the classroom.

TVC president Andrea Lafferty issued the following statement regarding the $70,000 video apology from the U.S. Embassy in Pakistan: