Religious Liberty

‘The Next Big Religious Freedom Case Just Landed at SCOTUS’

"... it’s simply wrong to equate the government interests in combating the systematic oppression of the Jim Crow South with the City of Philadelphia’s interests in discriminating against a religious program that is directly advancing the public interest by caring for children who face great need." - David French

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San Diego jury awards $300K in workplace religious discrimination suit

"It should go without saying, in the year 2019, that supervisors should not push their religious beliefs on subordinates in the workplace. Instead, by every statistical measure, workplace religious harassment and discrimination remains a significant problem. Too many workers are victimized by an impossible choice: give in to the boss’s religious overtures or face some form of retaliation." - BJC

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San Diego: Victim of a “workplace Bible pest” is awarded a large payout

"In his complaint, Johnson alleged Beale began leading 'prayer sessions' in her new role as Deputy Director and urged her employees to attend church. During a subsequent performance review, Beale allegedly cautioned Johnson that he should start reading his Bible" - Patheos

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