In one legal expert's opinion, the U.S. Supreme Court has missed
an opportunity to straighten out confusing legal decisions
regarding free-speech rights.
A federal court in the District of Columbia has struck down a
60-year-old law that forbids demonstrations in front of the U.S.
An Arizona court of appeals has sent the Freedom From Religion
Foundation packing over a lawsuit aimed at banning public
A senior fellow with the Family Research Council says
yesterday's Supreme Court decision on human gene patenting could
very likely foster more potential medical diagnostic tests and
A legal expert believes the nation's highest court will rule
very clearly this month whether states have the right to define
Alliance Defending Freedom is appealing a lower-court decision
in Minnesota that thwarted its attempt to halt the use of
taxpayers' dollars for abortions.
A conservative activist and attorney believes the U.S. military
continues to be gripped by political correctness in the
court-martial of Army Major Nidal Hasan.
California legal group Pacific Justice Institute is defending a
California city against a lawsuit filed by atheists opposed to a
proposed war memorial.
A civil trial resumes June 24 in California, where a deeply
religiously form of yoga is under scrutiny.
A Florida County is providing free advertising for atheism.
A legal group says the trial involving church officials who were
arrested for preaching the gospel in a Southern California city is
a crucial one for the courts to consider.
An attorney monitoring a First Amendment case from Ohio being
appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court says it could set a precedent
for religious freedom in the United States.
Opponents of a proposed new mosque in Murfreesboro, Tennessee,
are contemplating their next move after a judge rejected their
Churches concerned about legal snags
over parting ways with the Boy Scouts of America can turn to
Liberty Institute for assistance. Meanwhile, a Baptist church in
Arkansas has already decided to look at other options to mentor its
An attorney at the Independent Women's Forum says Lori Lerner,
the IRS official who would not answer questions before Congress,
should be called back before a House Committee and asked some
probing questions about the scandal.
A California legal group says officials are placing students at
risk by allowing students to choose their own sexuality.