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Pastor in discrimination case to collect $225,000

Baptist Press
February 20, 2017 •

A Georgia pastor fired from his government job over sermons alleged to be discriminatory will instead receive a $225,000 settlement from the state based on his own discrimination lawsuit.

Georgia pays $225,000 to settle lawsuit alleging religious discrimination

February 9, 2017 •

State officials have confirmed that they have settled for $225,000 a lawsuit filed by a hiring prospect who alleged a job offer was withdrawn after videos of his sermons against homosexuality and evolution surfaced.

Religious freedom can be restored

Washington Times
February 7, 2017 •

Trump would blunt the left’s assault on religious institutions.

‘We See Unbelievable Opportunities for Advancing Religious Freedom’

CNS News
February 3, 2017 •

The head of the nation’s largest legal organization dedicated exclusively to protecting religious freedom says that after many years of having to fight attempts to restrict…

Trump pledges to end political limits on churches

Associated Press
February 2, 2017 •

Declaring that religious freedom is “under threat,” President Donald Trump vowed Thursday to repeal a rarely enforced IRS rule that says pastors who endorse candidates from the pulpit risk losing their tax-exempt status.

Trump could change Texas voter-ID law by reshaping 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

McClatchy DC
February 2, 2017 •

During Barack Obama’s second term as president, Texas Sens. Ted Cruz and John Cornyn allowed vacancies on Texas’ federal appeals court to fester, but now…