Alliance Defending Freedom is anxiously waiting for the Supreme Court to consider whether churches can be barred from renting public school space for Sunday services.
The chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court is getting some heat from usual sources on his recommendation related to a federal court overturning the state's marriage amendment approved by 81 percent of the voters in 2006.
An organization that fights for religious freedom and free speech has sent a friend-of-the-court brief to the U.S. Supreme Court in defense of California high school students' right to free expression.
Another free-speech issue involving campus policy has gone before a federal court. This time a California student contends his school bans the distribution of just about any literature on campus.
Since state judges in California are barred from involvement with the Boy Scouts, there is a question of just how far the state Supreme Court can go.
A U.S. district court judge has ordered an Illinois college to allow two local social activists to hand out their "politically incorrect" flyers on the campus.
Alliance Defending Freedom says it will be interesting if the state of Colorado decides to disregard the fundamental freedoms of all its citizens – or instead decides to play favorites when it comes to bakeries, wedding cakes, and same-sex "marriage."
An Indiana county is waiting to see if it will have to go to court to keep a nativity scene on its property.
The New York Times is reporting that Justice Department lawyers will recommend that no civil rights charges be brought against the white police officer who shot and killed black teenager, Michael Brown, in Ferguson, Missouri.
The U.S. Supreme Court has protected the whistleblower rights of government employees after an air marshal squealed about budget cuts.
Attorneys representing a church-run daycare center say they want the state of Missouri to treat it like other applicants who are interested in a state program.
The U.S. Supreme Court has issued a unanimous decision on religious freedom that goes beyond resolving an objection to prison policy by a Muslim inmate and, as described by one legal group, secures "a landmark victory for religious freedom for all faiths."
A critic of federal food and farm programs thinks the pervasive problem with such programs is highlighted by a Supreme Court case on raisin farmers.
After the owners of an adult store lodged what attorneys call ridiculous charges, anti-pornography warriors in Montgomery, Pennsylvania are once again allowed to protest.
A labor policy analyst favors a federal judge's ruling against wage and overtime rules for home healthcare workers.
Atlanta and its mayor are playing with constitutional fire over terminating the city's fire chief. So say attorneys representing now-fired Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran.