Following the Bladensburg cross case decision, the justices sent the Pensacola case back to the 11th Circuit for reconsideration. There can be no doubt that the Bladensburg cross decision – as narrow as it may have been written – redrew constitutional boundaries when it comes to government-owned religious displays.
Updated Air Force regulations make clearer and smoother the path for personnel to request and obtain a religious waiver by those who wish to wear religious apparel or are requesting exemptions from rules prohibiting beards and long hair.
Texas files suit against California in U.S. Supreme Court as dispute over religious right of refusal intensifies
Texas is challenging a California law, asking the U.S. Supreme Court to halt one of the latest developments in the escalating tension between states over the rights of organizations and businesses to refuse to provide services that would conflict with their religious beliefs.
Federal court: Religious freedom law protects group providing aid to migrants from criminal convictions
Because of RFRA, a federal judge ruled that the criminal convictions of volunteers with the group No More Deaths must be overturned because they were acting in accordance with their sincere religious beliefs when they entered a wildlife refuge near the southern border in Arizona to leave water and food for those crossing into the United States.
In State of the Union, President Trump pushes bill that would fund religious schools with taxpayer money [UPDATED]
Opportunity scholarships present all of the same religious liberty problems that school vouchers do. Using taxpayer funds for religious education is a bad idea for both the church and the state.