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4 Cases That Could Be Added to the Supreme Court’s Oral Argument Calendar

The Supreme Court will reconvene on the first Monday in October for its new term. It has not yet filled its oral argument calendar for the term, so here are some cases to watch. (4/20/2020)

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Prayer will be heard on high

US Supreme Court to weigh in on prayers presented before public meetings (4/19/2020)

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A witness to history: The Supreme Court and Prayer

For more than five years, the Town of Greece has defended a lawsuit intended silence or censor public prayers. Greece, NY opens its public meetings by allowing citizens to voluntarily deliver prayers, a centuries old tradition. Congress, members of the legislature from every state, and thousands of counties and municipalities around the country also open their meetings with a prayer. The court noted 30 years ago that opening public meetings with a prayer is part of the “fabric of our society.” (4/19/2020)

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Supreme Court to Hear Landmark Case Defending Public Prayer

... the Supreme Court granted review in what could be the biggest religious liberty victory for Americans of faith in decades." (4/19/2020)

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This Week: Landmark Marriage Cases Being Heard at Supreme Court

This week, and for the next several weeks, I’d like to ask you and your family to be in particular, faithful, fervent prayer for the future of your nation and for the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court as they rule on two major cases related to the legal definition of marriage in America. (4/19/2020)

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Four Cases to Watch at the Supreme Court in 2018

The Supreme Court justices return January 5 for the second half of their current term, packed with many big decisions to come before the term ends in late June. (4/20/2020)

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The Story Behind Widmar v Vincent -- Part III (The Decision and Its Legacy)

This final edition will look at the three court decisions in the case and the legacy of Widmar. (4/19/2020)

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Giving Thanks for Our Clients

It’s important that we take time to think about all of our clients and thank them for the sacrifices they have made to take a stand for religious liberty. (4/20/2020)

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The Winning Percentage

If you follow the news closely, you might be concerned about the recent federal court decision involving marriage in Perry v. Schwarzenegger – the challenge to California’s marriage amendment – as well as the implications for religious freedom in the CLS v. Martinez decision at the U.S. Supreme Court. (4/19/2020)

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Finding the Courage to Stand, Sit – and Litigate – for Freedom

Challenging governments, though, never comes easily. This week marks the shared birthday of two individuals whose willingness to challenge their government’s abuse of their God-given freedoms has made them an example that all of us can look to and share with our children and grandchildren, as a reminder of the price that must be paid if we’re to preserve a nation that cherishes liberty. (4/19/2020)

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The Bully Market: How Homosexual Advocacy Sells Their Agenda

I received a message from YouTube about a video produced, ostensibly, to discourage bullying. (4/19/2020)