Supreme Court

"Taken in the context of the whole pledge, the phrase 'under God' does not convey a message of endorsement"

“A Sacramento atheist’s challenge to the addition of “under God” to the Pledge of Allegiance, which stirred a legal and political frenzy nearly a decade ago, has quietly expired in the U.S. Supreme Court.”

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Sumners "told the justices that the protest is unprotected by the Constitution because of the 'personal, targeted nature of the attack on the Snyder family.'"

The Westboro case before the Supreme Court
High Court: Does Father’s Pain Trump Free Speech?

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