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Recent Posts

  • A private religious school in Texas is arguing that it is exempt from anti-discrimination laws after a student was subjected to racist bullying. Recent Case Involves Bullying and Religion 04/13/2018

      A teenager recently initiated a legal action against a religious private school in Texas after the teenager experienced bullying of a racist nature. The student claimed that the school did not make any efforts to stop the bullying, but the school claimed that its religious doctrine makes it immune from legal actions in these Read More

  • Petitioners in Mississippi will have to wait to have their day before the U.S. Supreme Court, after their challenge to an anti-LGBTQ law was declined by the high court. Supreme Court Declines to Hear Mississippi Anti-LGBTQ Law 03/28/2018

    The United States Supreme Court recently refused to become part of a legal battle against the state of Mississippi regarding an anti-LGBTQ law. The law in question allows both private businesses and state employees to deny services to members of the LGBTQ community based solely on religious grounds. The law took effect on October 10, 2017 Read More

  • A high school in Ohio discontinued its practice of school prayer before sporting events after receiving a cease and desist letter, but now another group is suing to have the practice re-instated. Legal Action Taken Against Group That Tried to Stop School Prayer 03/23/2018

      Members of an Ohio community have initiated an action against a group that tried to pressure a high school to ban its tradition of school prayer before sporting events. The Freedom from Religion Foundation reports that the organization received a complaint from two concerned citizens who alleged serious violations of the constitution by the Read More

  • A bill just passed by the Georgia Senate allows adoption organizations to discriminate against LGBT parents if they invoke sincerely-held religious beliefs. Keep Faith in Adoption and Foster Care Act 03/16/2018

      Georgia’s Senate recently passed a bill, referred to as SB 375 or the “Keep Faith in Adoption and Foster Care Act,” that has the potential to enable child welfare organizations to prevent same-sex parents from adopting a child based on the organization’s beliefs. If the bill passes through the Georgia House, adoption organizations would Read More

  • A second federal circuit court has ruled the Title VII prohibition on sex discrimination encompasses sexual orientation discrimination. Second Circuit Rules on Title VII in Zarda Case 03/09/2018

      Recently, in the case of Zarda v. Altitude Express, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the Title VII prohibition on sex discrimination includes sexual orientation discrimination. The case arose when Donald Zarda, a skydiving instructor who identifies as gay, claimed that his position was terminated after a customer complained that the worker Read More

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