‘What nonsense!’ protests Judge Diarmuid O’Scannlain in his critique of the Ninth Circuit panel decision in Freedom from Religion Foundation, Inc. v. Chino Valley Unified School District.
To discriminate against schools on the basis of their religious activity is to discriminate against them because of their religious identity.
Stutzman agreed to make a $5,000 payment to the plaintiffs.
The federal government should not meddle in the employment affairs of religious institutions.
This is a potential catastrophe for freedom of religion.
A motion seeking relief was filed in Bozeman, Mont. by the Alliance Defending Freedom.
During her nomination hearing Wednesday, Judge Lucy Koh was asked repeated questions by Republican senators about her February ruling in Tandon v. Newsom.
The Supreme Court killed anti-Catholic ‘Blaine amendments’ nationwide, yet one persists in the Great Lakes State.
The law should be available in all cases as a defense whenever the government substantially burdens religious exercise.