The U.S. Supreme Court will close its term in just two weeks. Here’s a recap of why this might be the biggest term of the last 30 years for religious freedom in America.
With Justices Gorsuch and Kavanaugh on the Bench, is the U.S. Supreme Court Inclined to Overturn More Precedents?
The Supreme Court recently reversed a 40-year old precedent. Is this an indication that the Court could overturn other long-standing precedents? If so, it could mean good things for the future of religious liberty.
Amicus briefs are extremely influential when it comes to protecting religious freedom at the Supreme Court. Here are three examples of how our amicus briefs have influenced some of the most important religious freedom decisions in the last decade.
To celebrate Father’s Day this weekend, we’re giving you an in-depth look at the Father of the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Learn how James Madison became the most influential Founder who gave us the “free exercise” clause of the First Amendment.
Religious Discrimination Doesn’t Fly: Federal & State Officials Open Investigations into San Antonio’s Decision to Exclude Chick-fil-A from Airport
First Liberty Institute urged U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao to stop discrimination against faith-based businesses. Read how we continue to fight important battles for religious freedom outside the courtroom.
More Flips in the Future? Find out Which 3 Appellate Courts the Trump Administration Could Flip Next
The President has already flipped one appellate court to have a majority of conservative appointed judges. Our experts took deeper look and found the three courts that could be next.