From the court, a vindication of faith-based service. From Alito, a blueprint for the future.
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For starters, they have the some of the same lawyers, from the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty – which describes itself as a “non-profit, public-interest legal and educational institute with a mission to protect the free expression of all faiths.”
Read the full article here.
Plea for a new church-state ruling
SCOTUSblog, May 7, 2014
The Elmbrook case is not about prayer. Rather, it is about a public high school’s decision to stage a graduation ceremony in a church that is adorned with numerous religious symbols, displays, and literature.
Symposium: Lemon wins a reprieve, but the end is near
SCOTUSblog, May 6, 2014
Eric Rassbach is Deputy General Counsel at the Becket Fund, which filed an amicus brief in support of the Town of Greece.