Supreme Court

‘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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Will the Supreme Court let Montana get away with anti-religious discrimination?

"Last week, the Supreme Court agreed to hear yet another important religious liberty case, Espinoza v. Montana. In this case, the state of Montana excluded religious schools from a scholarship program because of the state’s Blaine Amendment — basically an anti-religion law." - W. Examiner

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Supreme Court: Peace Cross Gets to Stay, But Not Because It’s ‘Secular’

“'The fact that the cross is undoubtedly a Christian symbol should not blind one to everything else that the Bladensburg Cross has come to represent: a symbolic resting place for ancestors who never returned home, a place for the community to gather and honor all veterans and their sacrifices for this Nation, and a historical landmark,' wrote Justice Samuel Alito, in the majority opinion.” - Christianity Today

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Justice Clarence Thomas slams the precedent worship, is itching to overturn Roe

"Thomas is a textualist who does not hesitate to reject court precedents when necessary, and he made that explicitly clear yesterday." - W. Examiner

Related: Justice Thomas Lays Out an Originalist’s Perspective on Stare Decisis

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SCOTUS Sends Gay-Wedding-Cake Case Back to State Court

"The Supreme Court on Monday declined to take up a case involving an Oregon bakery that refused to bake a cake for a lesbian wedding... foregoing an opportunity to clarify its position on the matter after ruling narrowly in favor of a Colorado baker in a similar case last year." - National Review

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Supreme Court Declines to Hear Challenge to School’s Transgender Bathroom Policy

"The Supreme Court decided not to hear a case involving a challenge to a Pennsylvania School’s District’s policy of allowing students to use the restroom which matches their gender identity rather than their biological sex. Their refusal to hear the case upholds to lower court rulings which favored the school district." - Christian Headlines

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