The decision came in the case of Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia, Inc. v. Comer—a challenge to a provision of the Missouri Constitution that prohibits direct government funding of houses of worship.
Top legal officials in Maryland and Washington, D.C., take aim at President Trump's immigration orders; a fitness chain with trans-inclusive policies wins in court; and 50 years ago, interracial marriage bans were declared illegal.
Ohio's top lawyer says that Big Pharma helped fuel the opioid epidemic. A Michigan farmer wants the right to sell his fruit and discriminate against same-sex couples. And progressives are trying hard to keep Anthony Kennedy on the Supreme Court.
An architect of the campaign to enshrine anti-LGBTQ discrimination and reproductive health-care restrictions into law could use a creationist's case to further push religious imposition measures.
Half a century ago, a group of clergy formed to help people seeking abortions, even though abortion was illegal in the United States. Today's faith leaders can follow in their footsteps by becoming advocates in clinics, statehouses, seminaries, and their places of worship.
The app has become an increasingly vital tool for providing basic health care to vulnerable communities, in particular people in rural areas.