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In his statements both during and after the hearing, Sen. Sanders seems to conflate Vought’s religious exclusivism with political exclusivism.
Some continue to blur the lines between being generally “political” – which is permitted – and taking a partisan position for or against a candidate’s campaign for office – which is not.
To understand what is truly at stake and to avoid the trap of hysteria in the Trinity Lutheran Church case, it helps to know a little history.
By BJC Executive Director Amanda Tyler
A diverse group of 99 faith groups are urging Congress to maintain current law …
By BJC General Counsel Holly Hollman
By Amanda Tyler, BJC Executive Director
By General Counsel Holly Hollman
By Cherilyn Crowe
What does the election of Donald J. Trump mean for religious liberty?