Like many state constitutions, Michigan’s bars government funding to aid religious schools. A new lawsuit claims the provision is unconstitutional.
Does a business owner have a religious liberty right under RFRA to avoid federal employment nondiscrimination laws? The Sixth Circuit says no in a case involving a transgender funeral home employee.
Plaintiffs in a new federal lawsuit argue religious agencies paid by Michigan taxpayers to engage in child placement services should be bound by nondiscrimination requirements.
A Michigan city unconstitutionally targeted a business owner’s religion in denying his application to be a Farmer’s Market vendor, according to a judge’s ruling.
The Sixth Circuit found the fact that Jackson County (MI) commissioners lead the prayers before meetings to be “of no legal consequence,” ruling against a plaintiff who claimed the practice is unconstitutional.