A federal appeals court, splitting with two sister circuits, has ruled that a city's policy of allowing members of the public to say a prayer before city council meetings is constitutional
As the U.S. Supreme Court takes up the issue in the case of U.S. v. Windsor March 27, it is faced with dozens of briefs from groups of former military officials, intelligence officers and even a bank
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge John Olson, who was denied federal benefits for his same-sex spouse because of the Defense of Marriage Act, says the law is based on irrational prejudice that equal protection w
...found that these invocations violate the establishment clause in their current form. Alliance Defending Freedom, a Christian legal organization, argues in its brief that this...
...spent on expanded use of chaplains in Veterans Administration (V.A...Lorence, senior counsel for the Alliance Defense Fund, a leading conservative...
The House of Representatives has voted to end a perverse subsidy that encourages attacks on religious freedom. Now the Senate should do the same, argues Alan E. Sears
...30, because the inmate at least raised an inference that a prison chaplain knew that other Muslim inmates would attack the inmate in a religious...
National Law Journal
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