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  • The Ohio House recently passed a religious liberties act that has received considerable attention due to how it could be interpreted. Ohio Passes Student Religious Liberties Act 12/06/2019

    A current rumor persists that the Ohio legislature is considering a bill that will allow students to give wrong answers due to their religious beliefs. In reality, on November 13, 2019, the Ohio House of Representatives passed House Bill 164, the “Ohio Student Religious Liberties Act of 2019,” which prompted numerous headlines that described the Read More

  • A Tennessee school district is being sued for promoting religion, including forced Christian prayer, thereby violating the separation of church and state. High School Students Sue School District over Forced Christian Prayer 12/04/2019

    Four atheist public school students in Tennessee recently initiated a lawsuit against their school district for violating the separation of church and state. According to the students, school officials have been promoting Christian religious activities in their public schools, including prayers, Bible distributions, posters and other activities. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) lawsuit was Read More

  • A judge recently vacated a conscience rule that allows healthcare workers to refuse care or refer in procedures with which they have religious objections. New York Judge Blocks “Conscience Rule” 11/27/2019

    A New York federal judge recently vacated a “conscience rule” created by the Trump administration that allows health care workers to refuse to participate or refer in procedures with which they have religious objections. This religious objection is most commonly raised in abortion or gender reassignment surgeries. The decision marks an advancement in women’s and Read More

  • A high school teacher in North Carolina was recently suspended for segregating students based on religious beliefs and inquiring about their religiosity. Teacher Suspended for Religious Discussion with Students 11/22/2019

    A high school teacher in North Carolina was recently suspended for splitting students up based on religious beliefs. School officials are currently investigating whether the Spanish teacher engaged in conversations with students about whether or not they believed in God. Officials became aware of the teacher’s behavior after students and their parents reported the incident Read More

  • A new proposal will allow faith-based adoption and foster care agencies to turn away same-sex couples, singles parents, and people who do not share the agencies' religious beliefs. Trump Administration Advances Proposal to Rescind Nondiscrimination Protections 11/20/2019

    Earlier this month, the Trump Administration’s Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) put forward a new proposal to rescind nondiscrimination protections that had been put into place by the Obama Administration. The protections that were added by Obama included discrimination based on religion, sexual orientation, and gender identity. Now, President Trump wants to remove Read More

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