Ohio AG Joins Lawsuit Demanding Non secular Colleges be Allowed to Re-Open

Lukas County Courthouse in Toledo, Ohio

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost joins religious schools to crack down on a public health order issued in November by the Lucas County Regional Health Department. Another day, another person fighting the restrictive measures taken by health and health authorities across the country to curb the spread of COVID-19. This time, it’s Ohio Attorney General … Read more

One other Win for Spiritual Use of Psychedelics: New Hampshire v. Mack

Another Win for Religious Use of Psychedelics: New Hampshire v. Mack

We have written a lot lately about the Law on Religious Use of Psychedelics (see here and here). This is an incredibly broad area of ​​the law that is still developing. Our focus has generally been on federal laws and decisions affecting the religious use of psychedelics, although today we turn our attention to an … Read more

Justices revive non secular teams’ makes an attempt to dam COVID-related restrictions in Colorado, New Jersey

House Committee on the Judiciary asks court to put off oral argument on Mueller materials

Posted December 15th 2020 3:21 pm by Amy Howe The Supreme Court on Tuesday threw out two lower court rulings that allowed states to enforce COVID-related restrictions on church services. The two brief orders from the judges direct the lower courts to re-examine the religious groups’ challenges to restrictions in Colorado and New Jersey – … Read more

Supreme Courtroom Points Unanimous Determination in Essential Non secular Freedom Case –

Supreme Court Issues Unanimous Decision in Important Religious Freedom Case –

Religious freedom cases often split the Supreme Court on predictable ideological lines between right and left. In recent years, several such cases have been among the most controversial and controversial to be decided by the judges. Today, however, the Court ruled on an important issue of religious freedom and achieved full unanimity. In the Tanzin … 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

Kentucky Legal professional Recordsdata Problem To Kentucky Governor’s Closure OF Spiritual Faculties – Thelegaltorts

Democratic Leaders Suggest A Dim Future For Biden-Related Investigations – JONATHAN TURLEY

An interesting battle is brewing in Kentucky between Attorney General Daniel Cameron and Governor Andy Beshear. Cameron has filed a lawsuit against Beshear’s recent religious school closure order to combat the pandemic. Beshear recently correctly quoted an important victory in the Kentucky Supreme Court – a unanimous decision in favor of his power to issue … Read more

Safety Guard Hits UT-Battelle with Lawsuit, Alleging Violations of Spiritual Freedoms

Cross Necklace

An employee at Oak Ridge National Laboratory recently filed a lawsuit against the company over allegations that its religious freedoms are being violated. An Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) employee recently filed a lawsuit against the company on charges that his supervisors “forced him to remove a cross, the symbol of his Christian faith, from … Read more