After the jury deadlocked, prosecutors must decide by July 2 whether to re-try Scott Warren, who is accused of helping undocumented immigrants with humanitarian aid, which he claims his religious beliefs require.
Read Harpreet Singh Bajwa’s response to becoming the first ever airman allowed a religious accommodation to serve in the U.S. Air Force while wearing a turban, beard, and unshorn hair, in accordance with his Sikh religious beliefs.
Today, the U.S. Supreme Court denied certiorari in a case challenging the use of “In God We Trust” on national currency, leaving in place the 8th Circuit’s dismissal of the suit.
The Washington Supreme Court found no evidence that Arlene’s Flowers received discriminatory treatment by the government and reaffirmed its ruling that the First Amendment does not require a religious exemption from the state’s nondiscrimination law.
BJC’s Hollman Talks Common Ground in Discussion on Religious Liberty and LGBT Rights Seeks Areas of Common Ground
In a fabulous panel discussion last week, the BJC’s Holly Hollman made a full-throated appeal: when it comes to government funded programs, we as Americans must draw a line.
The Alabama legislature last week passed a bill authorizing school districts to offer elective classes based on the Bible. The measure now heads to Governor Kay Ivey for her signature.