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FLI Joins Texas AG in Lawsuit Demanding Public Records in Chick-fil-A Decision

 

First Liberty Institute joined a lawsuit filed by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton seeking documents from San Antonio city officials regarding the City’s decision to exclude Chick-fil-A from operating at the San Antonio International Airport. “The public deserves to know just how deeply the religious animosity runs within San Antonio’s city government,” said FLI Counsel, Keisha Russell. “We’re happy to help General Paxton get to the bottom of their decision.”

 

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Military | First Liberty
Too Many “Private Ryans” Are Still Being Attacked for Living Out Their Faith – You Can Help Put a Stop to It
Right now, we’re in the middle of the biggest and most momentous year for religious freedom in America, and that means we’re in a prime position to make a major—and lasting—impact on the preservation of religious freedom in the U.S. military.
Judicial | First Liberty
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Community | First Liberty
71% of Americans Don’t Know Religious Freedom is a First Amendment Right. How Do You Measure Up?
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Community | First Liberty
FLI Joins Texas AG in Lawsuit Demanding Public Records in Chick-fil-A Decision
In April, First Liberty Institute attorneys and the Texas Attorney General’s office requested public records from San Antonio city officials relating to their decision to ban Chick-fil-A from operating at the San Antonio International Airport. The City denied the requests, which has now led to a lawsuit to get some answers.
Community | First Liberty
Freedom Summer: After a Historic Year of Victories, Go Live Out Your Faith!
As you and your family plan out for a summer full of activity, we’re exploring several important takeaways from our recent Supreme Court victories and what they mean for you. With precedents protecting your religious liberty, this summer is the perfect time for you to put your faith into action.
Community | First Liberty
Let’s Put the “Independence” Back in Independence Day
This week, we celebrate our nation’s 243rd year of independence, making it the perfect time for us to reclaim the vision of our Founders, and their understanding of what it truly means to be free and independent.
First Liberty | Meet Kelly Shackelford

Kelly Shackelford: 30 Years of Leading the Fight

“Everybody’s free to go do great things.”
 
If you’re around First Liberty for long, you’ll hear these words from Kelly Shackelford more than a few times. But to Kelly, this isn’t just an empty mantra. It’s the culmination of a lifelong mission, and a goal that still drives him forward to this day: the freedom to live out your faith.
 

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