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Religious Liberty Issues

Issues: Religious Liberty in Schools

February 10, 2016

Defending the religious liberty rights of students, parents, teachers, and school staff First Liberty Institute defends people of all faiths who are facing legal retribution for expressing their religious beliefs in school. At First Liberty, we equip people with the knowledge they need to safeguard their rights, and are committed

Protecting Religious Freedom in the Public Arena

February 10, 2016

First Liberty Institute defends people of all faiths who are facing legal retribution for expressing their religious beliefs in public. At First Liberty, we equip people with the knowledge they need to safeguard their rights, and are committed to restoring those rights when they are violated. For the government to

Issues: Religious Liberty in the Military

February 10, 2016

  The men and women in our military risk their lives to defend freedom on a daily basis—and yet their own most basic freedom of religious liberty is often at risk. First Liberty Institute is on the front lines in the battle for religious liberty for all in the military.

Protecting Churches and Other Religious Organizations

February 8, 2016

First Liberty represents religious organizations of all faiths, including churches, synagogues, temples, and other religious institutions. At First Liberty, we equip these organizations with the knowledge they need to safeguard their rights, and are committed restoring those rights when they are violated. According to the First Amendment, case precedent, and

Victories: In Schools

January 27, 2016

Mackenzie Fraiser Officials at Somerset Academy denied 12-year-old Mackenzie Fraiser the right to use a Bible verse in a class assignment. After First Liberty sent a demand letter to the school informing them of Mackenzie’s rights, the school apologized and agreed to allow Mackenzie to resubmit her original project with

Victories: In the Public Arena

January 27, 2016

Bob Eschliman, Journalist Bob Eschliman, an award-winning journalist, was fired from his job as Editor-in-Chief of the Newton Daily News. His employer wrote in an editorial that Eschliman had been fired for expressing his religious beliefs on his personal blog. First Liberty defended Eschliman, and the legal dispute ended with