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March 27, 2009
Foothill grad Wants Supreme Court Ruling on Interrupted Speech

From Las Vegas Sun Original article available here. Foothill High School valedictorian whose graduation speech was cut off when she began talking about her Christia...

March 06, 2009
Judges: Coach Can't Bow Head While Players Pray

From WorldNetDaily Original article available here. The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to hear a case involving a high school football coach's effort to respect...

March 03, 2009
Supreme Court Lets Ban on Type of School Prayer Stand

From The Washington Post Original article available here. Coach Marcus Borden used to bow his head and drop to one knee when his football team prayed. But the Supre...

February 24, 2009
High Court to Hear DNA Testing Case

From The Washington Post Original article available here. Their stories are familiar, even if their names no longer resonate: Bruce Godschalk, freed after spendi...

February 17, 2009
Ministry Sues for Access to Inmates

From ChristianityToday.com Original article available here. The Oklahoma Department of Corrections' refusal to allow a Christian ministry access to send Bibles,...

January 22, 2009
Federal Court Rules Political Party Can Sue DNR

From The Charleston Gazette Original article available here. CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- A federal judge has refused to dismiss a First Amendment lawsuit a political party...

January 22, 2009
Super Bowl Parties Legal, Says NFL

From www.onenewsnow.com Original article available here. Can churches host Super Bowl parties and escape the wrath of the NFL? In 2005, the National Football Lea...

January 16, 2009
Rejected Case Means Discrepancies Between Circuit Courts Remain

From WorldNetDaily Original article available here. U.S. Supreme Court justices have refused to intervene in a case that seeks to restore Christian references in pr...

January 14, 2009
Case Closed: The Supreme Court Finishes Off the Rev. Hashmel Turner Prayer Case

From Fredericksburg.com Original article available here. THE U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear the prayer case of Fredericksburg Councilman (and Rev.) Hashmel...

November 25, 2008
Local Veteran Sues in Free Speech Case

From DailyProgress.com Original article available here. A local Vietnam War veteran is suing the National Park Service over his First Amendment right to distribute ...

November 24, 2008
Civil Rights Group Defends Ruckersville Veteran

From NBC 29 Original article available here. A civil rights group based out of Charlottesville is coming to the aid of a Ruckersville war veteran. The Rutherford...

November 21, 2008
Conservatives Call on Bush to Free Muslim Uighurs

From Associated Press Original article available here. WASHINGTON (AP) -- A group of conservatives is chastising the Bush administration for refusing to free 17 Tur...

October 30, 2008
Voters with Campaign Garb Could Face Charges

From DailyProgress Original article available here. Voters at polling places who refuse to remove buttons, T-shirts or other apparel with political messages will fa...

October 28, 2008
Coach Asks Permission to Bow Head While Players Pray

From WorldNetDaily Original article available here. A high school football coach is going to the U.S. Supreme Court to ask permission to be "respectful" and bow his...

October 24, 2008
Praying 'In Jesus' Name' Elevated to Supremes

From WorldNetDaily Original article available here. Justices on the U.S. Supreme Court are being asked to overturn one of their former colleagues, Sandra Day O'...

October 21, 2008
Big Mistake by Va. Board of Elections

From www.starexponent.com Original article available here. SUMMARY: The State Board of Elections has made an error in judgment that violates the First Amendment and...

October 17, 2008
Civil Libertarians Stunned at Poll Center Dress Code

From WorldNetDaily Original article available here. Civil liberatarians have been stunned by an announcement by Virginia officials that there will be a dress code a...

October 16, 2008
Appeals Court Might Hear Layshock Case in December

An appellate court has set a tentative date for arguments in the appeals of Hermitage School District and the Layshock family over the district's disciplining of Ju...

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