A lower court prohibited a Marine from taping up a Bible verse in her own workspace. Read full article »
In a decision likely to influence how the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) applies to military service members, the military’s highest court upheld the conviction of a U.S. Marine court-martialed for disobeying an order to remove three Bible passages she posted around her workplace. Read full article »
The highest military court in the United States has ruled against a former Marine who was given a bad conduct discharge after she refused to take down Bible verses from her workstation in 2014.
By a vote of 4-1 yesterday in United States v. Sterling, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces adopted a strangely narrow reading of the threshold provisions of the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Read full article »