Are Religious Schools Shielded from State Nondiscrimination Laws?

Are Religious Schools Shielded from State Nondiscrimination Laws?

Written by Don Byrd A case involving the admission practice of a private religious school has made its way to the Michigan Supreme Court. The dispute may test the limits of legal principles that shield religious entities from judicial scrutiny. The plaintiffs in the...
6th Circuit Asks to Re-Hear Legislative Prayer Case in Michigan

6th Circuit Asks to Re-Hear Legislative Prayer Case in Michigan

Written by Don Byrd Last month, I posted about a 6th Circuit Appeals Court panel ruling invalidating the invocation policy of Michigan’s Jackson County Board of Commissioners as an unconstitutional violation of the separation of church and state doctrine. Now,...