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Op-Ed By Rabbi Burton L. Visotzky, BJC
Executive Director Amanda Tyler, and Dr.
Sayyid Syeed of the Islamic Society of North
America

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Retired Justice Stevens, Establishment Clause champion, dies at 99

Retired Justice Stevens, Establishment Clause champion, dies at 99

As the strength of the Establishment Clause continues to recede today, voices like Justice John Paul Stevens on the Supreme Court are more important than ever.
San Diego jury awards $300K in workplace religious discrimination suit

San Diego jury awards $300K in workplace religious discrimination suit

In a workplace discrimination suit, a federal jury required San Diego to pay Rasean Johnson, a city employee who faced continued religious harassment and proselytization at the hands of his supervisor, Sheila Beale.
Federal lawsuit challenges surveillance of pastor for immigrant ministry

Federal lawsuit challenges surveillance of pastor for immigrant ministry

A pastor in New York says the government infringed upon her religious freedom rights through government surveillance targeting her ministry to immigrants.
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