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June 12, 2014

City of Plano, Texas reverses ban on Agape Resource and Assistance Center.

UPDATE: First Liberty Institute Files Formal Military Complaint Against Navy Chaplain’s Commanding Officer

June 11, 2015

Article 138 calls for immediate reversal of Captain Jon R. Fahs’ denial of Chaplain Wes Modder’s religious accommodation request   If Chaplain Modder is NOT exonerated by a U.S. Navy legal investigation, he could lose his decorated 19-year career in the U.S. military, his life-changing ministry to service members, and

Kelly Shackelford Calls for Arkansas Governor to Sign Bill in Support of a Ten Commandments Display

April 10, 2015

Gov. Asa Hutchinson responds this week by signing into law SB 939 which calls for First Liberty Institute’s legal defense of the monument on Arkansas State Capitol grounds     First Liberty Institute’s work on SB 939 follows its efforts to assist Oklahoma legislators in drafting a bill that authorized

Oklahoma Supreme Court Declares Ten Commandments Monument Unconstitutional— First Liberty Institute Responds

July 7, 2015

    The Oklahoma Supreme Court issued an opinion in Prescott v. Oklahoma Capitol Preservation Commission stating that a monument of the Ten Commandments on the Oklahoma capitol grounds is unconstitutional and must be removed. The fight is not over, however—First Liberty Institute continues to stand beside Oklahoma Attorney General

WORKPLACE DISCRIMINATION: Media Coverage Swells after First Liberty Institute Client Sues Ford Motor Company

July 24, 2015

First Liberty Institute files lawsuit against second-largest U.S.-based automaker after client is terminated for expressing his sincerely held religious beliefs The story of a man who was unlawfully fired for expressing his religious beliefs is gaining national coverage after First Liberty Institute filed a lawsuit on his behalf earlier this

Media Company Purposefully Obscures True Reason for Wrongful Termination of Award-Winning Journalist

March 20, 2015

First Liberty Institute counters omissions, misconstrued facts in employer’s response to EEOC charge of religious discrimination on behalf of client Bob Eschliman   First Liberty Institute client and former Newton Daily News editor-in-chief Bob Eschliman was fired for the uniquely religious opinions he expressed in one, private blog post written