District Court to Hear Arguments Challenging Discriminatory Virginia Law
New legislation in Virginia seeks to turn its back on the state constitution, as well as the U.S. Constitution.
Some Good News: Court Rules That Caring for Underprivileged Kids Is Religious Activity
Despite the fact that By The Hand is a religious, non-profit ministry, the Illinois Department of Employment Security has insisted on taxing By The Hand for years.
4 Questions with the Attorney Who Argued Chike’s Case at the U.S. Supreme Court
ADF General Counsel Kristen Waggoner argued Chike’s case before the Court. We sat down with her after oral arguments to ask her a few questions.
ADF Attorneys Ask the Supreme Court to Give Chike the Justice He Deserves
Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys are presenting oral arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of Chike Uzuegbunam.
The Supreme Court Will Hear This Important Donor Privacy Case
Today, the Supreme Court announced it would hear Thomas More Law Center's case. This is good news for anyone who donates to a nonprofit organization.
Supreme Court to Hear Case of College Students Silenced from Sharing the Gospel
For more than four years, Chike Uzuegbunam has been involved in a lawsuit against his school. Let’s take a look at his case and what got him here in the first place.
This Supreme Court Case Could Protect Students’ Speech Rights on Campus—And More
This case could potentially put an end to government officials violating the First Amendment and ducking the consequences.