Court rules for religious freedom
Ryan Colby 202-349-7219 email@example.com
Deseret News, July 1, 2014
The narrow ruling marks the first time the nation’s top court specifically extended religious freedom protections to a corporation, rather than
just individuals. And even if the high court had come down against Hobby Lobby, it was the kind of high-profile case that has set the Becket Fund apart since its founding. The firm looks specifically for opportunities to represent believers of all faiths — Muslims or, in the most recent case, evangelical Christians — who see their freedom to live their faith in jeopardy, with an eye toward not just protecting individuals, but also changing the law and the debate on issues of religious liberty.