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Staver: Establishment Clause challenge doesn't hold ground
A Virginia court has decided that it is legal for a county to participate in financing and constructing a church-county affordable housing project.
Handicap gives illegals upper hand on deportation
A U.S. district court judge has ruled that mentally handicapped illegal immigrants must be given legal representation as they fight deportation.
City bumps church, prefers retail use
Officials in one California city are refusing to allow a Nigerian-based church to operate in a retail center -- a move one law group says goes against religious freedoms.
Victory on horizon for Calif. church?
One California-based law group is expecting a tremendous victory in the state that it believes will give churches increased freedom and protection.
ACLU on the prayer prowl again
Liberty Counsel wants to help a New Jersey city council fend off threats from the American Civil Liberties Union.
Texas has better chances with 5th Circuit
The editor of a website dedicated to debunking "faulty scientific data and analysis used to promote special agendas" says Texas stands a better chance of getting a stay on new EPA regulations, now that it's taking the matter to the circuit court that oversees the state.
Exposure to illegal activity not harmful, judge decides
Following a contrary ruling in a custody case, a Utah judge is allowing children to visit their father in his polygamous community. Story contains results from Tuesday's poll
Hearings set to address abortionist's illegal referrals
The Kansas Board of Healing Arts is planning to hold disciplinary hearings for an abortionist in May.
Detroit church seeks, obtains fair treatment
A church in a Detroit suburb has convinced a judge its rights under federal law have been violated.
Judge rejects atheist's lawsuit over cross grant
A federal magistrate is recommending the court reject an atheist's challenge of a state grant given to help repair an 11-story Christian landmark in southern Illinois.
'Conscience protection' lawsuit may move forward
The Washington Board of Pharmacy says it won't provide conscience protections for pharmacies or pharmacists after all.
Churches charged for attendance?
Churches in Mission, Kansas are fighting a property tax the city council is disguising as a "driveway fee."
Discrimination afoot among hiring committee?
A jury will soon decide whether religious discrimination was the reason an astronomer was kept from getting a prestigious job at the University of Kentucky.
Abortuary turns 'stalking' situation against pro-lifer
A Detroit pro-life counselor is taking exception to a court ruling against him.
Parents punished for disciplining child
Canada's top court has punished a Christian couple for spanking their child, but an organization that works to ensure family-friendly policies does not think a court should tell parents how to punish their children.
Criminal attorney reaping what he sowed
In reaction to charges made against a California attorney who embezzled money from a widow he represented, one Christian lawyer says every action has its consequences.
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