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South Carolina Supreme Court Rejects Attorney Speech Code

Culture

South Carolina Supreme Court Rejects Attorney Speech Code

A new model rule that would limit the free speech of attorneys is falling flat. And for good reason: it’s unconstitutional.

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At the Supreme Court, a Win for Cake Artist Jack Phillips Is a Win for All

Religious Freedom

At the Supreme Court, a Win for Cake Artist Jack Phillips Is a Win for All

ADF looks forward to standing before the Supreme Court to defend Jack’s freedom to live, work, and create consistently with his religious beliefs.

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Trinity Lutheran Wins! Supreme Court Rules Missouri Engaged in Religious Discrimination

Religious Freedom

Trinity Lutheran Wins! Supreme Court Rules Missouri Engaged in Religious Discrimination

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Breaking: U.S. Supreme Court Will Hear Colorado Cake Artist Jack Phillips’ Case

Religious Freedom

Breaking: U.S. Supreme Court Will Hear Colorado Cake Artist Jack Phillips’ Case

Today, the United States Supreme Court agreed to hear the case of Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission.

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Discrimination, You Say?

Religious Freedom

Discrimination, You Say?

What is discrimination? Historically, the term had more neutral, even positive, connotations implying a person’s ability to make a discerning, wise distinction.

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Why Words Matter: An Examination of a Recent Statistic

Culture

Why Words Matter: An Examination of a Recent Statistic

The headlines about a recent survey concerning freedom of conscience are quite telling.

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Confronting a Major Threat to the Understanding of the First Amendment

Religious Freedom

Confronting a Major Threat to the Understanding of the First Amendment

We must work to ensure that college and university students understand their constitutional rights and that their university officials defend – not limit – those rights.

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