The Washington Supreme Court found no evidence that Arlene’s Flowers received discriminatory treatment by the government and reaffirmed its ruling that the First Amendment does not require a religious exemption from the state’s nondiscrimination law.
The U.S. Supreme Court today left in place a 9th Circuit ruling in a Free Speech case involving a high school football coach’s insistence on praying on the field with his team.
An Aberdeen, WA minister has filed suit against the city for refusing her entry to a homeless camp to attend to residents, claiming a violation of her religious freedom rights.
Plaintiffs in Maine and Washington are seeking to build on the Supreme Court’s Trinity Lutheran Church ruling to demand state subsidies for religious education despite state funding barring such funding.
A law enacted in Washington State seeks to bar participation in any national religious registry, or otherwise disclosing residents’ religious affiliation