Espinoza v. Montana creates a pathway for religious schools to discriminate against already-marginalized students, including LGBTQ youth and students with disabilities.
The success of these judges, it turns out, is in part attributable to cold, hard cash.
From the repeal of "don't ask, don't tell" to wedding cakes at the Supreme Court, LGBTQ rights in the United States have taken a U-turn this past decade.
In January, the U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear a case that could further erode the barrier between church and state.
The language of Judge Paul Engelmayer's ruling signals an important precedent for future cases utilizing Title VII to protect religious liberty.
We cannot fully build families and determine the direction of our own lives as long as the floor can be yanked out from underneath us.