The U.S. Department of Justice filed a “Statement of Interest” in the case supporting a federal lawsuit challenging the exclusion of a religious school from a state-funded voucher program.
Church-State News Roundup: Judicial Prayer Challenged, Sikh Bus Driver Spurs Diversity Training, More
A roundup of recent local stories from around the country related to religious liberty: New lawsuits in Texas and South Carolina; a discrimination ordinance gets a controversial change in a Kentucky town; and a Sikh bus driver gets justice after ten years of harassment on the job.
In case you missed it, here is a survey of helpful news coverage following the Supreme Court’s Bladensburg cross oral argument.
In oral arguments today, the U.S. Supreme Court considered whether a large Latin cross on public land constitutes an impermissible preference for Christianity, or whether the cross…means something else.
A joint op-ed published by Religion News Service explains that opposing governmental expressions of religion like the Bladensburg cross is not an anti-religious stance. Just the opposite.