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Farris & Thomas Regulation Attorneys Scholar-Athlete of the Week: Logan Vaughn, Neighborhood Christian College

Farris & Thomas Law Attorneys Student-Athlete of the Week: Logan Vaughn, Community Christian School

Logan Vaughn proved himself a critical member of the Community Christian School’s college girl basketball team last week, making her Farris & Thomas Law Attorneys Student-Athlete of the Week this week. Logan, a 5-foot-6 senior guard, helped the Lady Cyclones win their season opener (40-22) at Lawrence Academy Monday. She led CCS with seven points … Read more

Citing imminent expiration, justices reject Christian faculty’s request for exemption from Kentucky’s in-person faculty closures

Christian school in Kentucky asks justices to intervene in dispute over in-person classes at religious schools

The Supreme Court on Thursday denied a motion by a Christian school in Kentucky and the attorney general to allow face-to-face tuition in religious schools, stressing that most schools in Kentucky will close on Friday, December 18 for the winter break judges let open to the possibility that the school might return for renewed relief … Read more

Ohio Christian Schooling Community lawyer information swimsuit calling Lucas County well being division to rescind coronavirus well being order

Ohio Christian Education Network lawyer files suit calling Lucas County health department to rescind coronavirus health order

The lawyer ruled the order unconstitutional and said it violated First Amendment rights as it was an act of worship for many to give faith-based teaching. TOLEDO, Ohio – Attorneys for the Ohio Christian Education Network filed a lawsuit on Monday against the Toledo-Lucas Department of Health’s Coronavirus Health Ordinance that is said to be … Read more

Christian college in Kentucky asks justices to intervene in dispute over in-person lessons at non secular faculties

Christian school in Kentucky asks justices to intervene in dispute over in-person classes at religious schools

Posted Mon Nov 30th 2020, 10:15 pm by Amy Howe Less than a week after the Supreme Court lifted COVID restrictions on attending church services in New York, a Christian school in Kentucky and the attorney general asked the Supreme Court on Monday to allow face-to-face tuition in religious schools. The Danville Christian Academy and … Read more