April 5, 2015, Washington Examiner
RFRA has lived up to this promise. As our friends at the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty like to say, RFRA protects everyone from “A to Z—Anglican to Zoroastrian.” For every Presbyterian soup kitchen RFRA has protected, there is an equally-protected mosque in rural Tennessee. For every Midwest homeless shelter, there is a Florida synagogue. For every Sikh schoolchild, there is a Muslim, Jewish or Native American inmate who has been able to live out his faith in peace.
Washington Examiner, February 12, 2014
As Mark Rienzi, senior counsel for the Becket Fund, said: “But why on earth would the government be fighting the Little Sisters all the way to the Supreme Court if it did not think its own form had any effect?”
Washington Examiner, February 6, 2014
Arriaga said that Citizens United is “very important” to Hobby Lobby’s argument. “But we’re not only resting on Citizens United,” she said
Washington Examiner, January 29, 2014
“The broad support shows that Americans of many faiths and backgrounds want to see religious freedom protected,” said Lori Windham, senior counsel at the Becket Fund. “Religious freedom is important to Democrats and Republicans, to Christians, Muslims, Jews, and others.”
Washington Examiner, September 24, 2013
“The Sisters should obviously be exempted as ‘religious employers,’ but the government has refused to expand its definition,” Becket Fund senior counsel Mark Rienzi said.
Washington Examiner, June 10, 2012. Link to article