First Liberty Institute corrects inaccuracies in Department of Public Health’s attempt to escape religious discrimination charge This week, First Liberty Institute, with volunteer attorney Andrew Coffman of Parks, Chesin, & Walbert, sent a response to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) addressing the factual inaccuracies in the State
First Liberty Institute prepared to take legal action if Chaplain Lawhorn’s commanding officer denies his request This week, First Liberty Institute sent a second letter on behalf of our client Chaplain (Captain) Joseph “Joe” Lawhorn—this time requesting a religious accommodation to his commanding officer, Colonel David Fivecoat. You
As reported in the national media this week, Liberty Institute has demanded that the United States Army revoke an unlawful violation of the religious liberty rights of our client, Chaplain (Captain) Joseph “Joe” Lawhorn. Liberty Institute sent a letter to Chaplain Lawhorn’s commander at Fort Benning, Georgia, earlier this week, asking for a
Ruling blocks dangerous attempt to downgrade status of religion in America In a welcome victory for religious freedom, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit dismissed Freedom From Religion Foundation, Inc. v. Lew, rebuffing an aggressive challenge to the legal status of clergy and the value of religion.
Liberty Institute helps students and teachers know their rights when it comes to celebrating the Christmas season Candy canes, Christmas trees, manger scenes . . . if you’re like many Americans, these symbols conjure up fond memories of Christmas—the day Christians celebrate the birth of Christ. As a country, we
School district follows the law and authorizes First Liberty Institute client Liz Loverde’s faith-based, extracurricular club This week, First Liberty Institute was notified that Wantagh Union Free School District officials in Long Island, New York, voted to recognize the “Dare to Believe” Christian club—affording it the same recognition and