A bill proposed in the Indiana Senate would require “In God We Trust” to be posted in every school classroom. From a church-state perspective, that may be the least controversial provision.
An Indiana judge ruled against a request for a religious accommodation under the state’s RFRA from drug laws outlawing marijuana use.
As litigants increasingly claim that their beliefs are being threatened, the question of whether those beliefs constitute a religion under the law is not an uncommon issue.
A Christmas Spectacular school performance in Indiana was sufficiently altered to pass constitutional muster, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled.
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments over a public school Christmas pageant featuring religious elements. Were the changes made by the school after a judge’s initial injunction enough to pass constitutional muster?