Fired Tenn. pharmacist sues Walgreens alleging religious bias

By Bob Smietana, Religion News Service
A Tennessee pharmacist who lost his job after an ongoing dispute over selling Plan B contraception has sued his former bosses, claiming he was fired because of his religious beliefs.

From the March 2014 Report from the Capital

Citing threats, North Carolina student reverses course on secular club

Kimberly Winston, Religion News Service, with BJC staff reports
A North Carolina high school student who sought to establish a school club for nonbelievers has decided not to move forward with her plans after what she and her family have described as harassment and threats.

From the March 2014 Report from the Capital

A new primer on a ‘touchy subject’

By Brent Walker, Executive Director
My friend Johnny Pierce and the good folks at Nurturing Faith (NurturingFaith.net) in Macon, Ga., have published the 8th Annual Shurden Lectures that I delivered last year at my law school alma mater, Stetson University in DeLand, Fla.

From the March 2014 Report from the Capital