Supreme Court sides with religious institutions in a major church-state decision

Supreme Court sides with religious institutions in a major church-state decision

The Supreme Court ended its term Monday with a major First Amendment decision, ruling that efforts at separating church and state go too far when they deny religious institutions access to government grants meant for a secular purpose ...

Supreme Court case could pave the way for vouchers for Christian schools — or do just the opposite

The Supreme Court on Wednesday, April 19 appeared poised to expand religious rights and potentially narrow the separation of church and state after liberal and conservative justices alike signaled support for a church that was denied Missouri taxpayer funds for a playground project. (Reuters) ...
Hispanics, Christians speak out against California bill targeting religious universities

Hispanics, Christians speak out against California bill targeting religious universities

Several Hispanic advocacy groups released a joint letter on Tuesday denouncing SB 1146, which would open the door to legal action against religious colleges and universities that adhere to traditional teachings on sexuality and marriage ...
Supreme Court won’t hear challenge to rule that pharmacies dispense emergency contraception

Supreme Court won’t hear challenge to rule that pharmacies dispense emergency contraception

The Supreme Court will not review Washington state’s requirement that pharmacies dispense emergency contraceptives to women, prompting a complaint from conservative justices that it was an “ominous sign” for religious liberty ...