A Juvenile Court judge in Nashville urged Tennessee’s legislature and Governor to reject a bill permitting state-funded, faith-based foster care providers to discriminate on the basis of religion.
Vouchers undermine a key principle behind the separation of church and state. Legislators should stay out of the business of religious education, directly or indirectly.
A Baptist minister from Texas is on a four-day speaking tour drawing in Tennessee educating the public on the dangers school vouchers pose to religion and religious liberty.
The EEOC has routinely held hospital-employers accountable for refusing to accommodate an employee’s religious objection to flu vaccination requirements. A new case involves a Tennessee hospital accused of declining a previously granted accommodation.
Public school grounds should be designed to support every child, and should make all feel welcome and included, regardless of their faith, or their lack of faith.