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School tech: Employer wrong to reprimand me over prayer talk

Fox News
May 16, 2017 • In the News

A high school worker filed a federal complaint Tuesday against her school district, saying officials were being discriminatory when they reprimanded her for telling a co-worker that she’d pray for him.

Government Claims First Amendment Protects Only the “Right to Choose a Religion”

Tenth Circuit hears case of woman threatened with arrest for praying in her own home; government defends police actions by arguing limited concept of First Amendment
March 21, 2017 • Press Releases

Denver, Colo. – Today, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit heard oral arguments in a case filed by Ms. Mary Anne Sause, a Catholic former nurse who was ordered by police officers to stop praying in her own home. In court briefings, government attorneys defended the police […]

Woman Threatened with Arrest for Praying in Her Own Home Has Day in Court

Tenth Circuit hears case in which government claims the First Amendment only protects the right to choose a religion
March 21, 2017 • Press Releases

On March 21, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit will hear oral arguments in a case filed by Ms. Mary Anne Sause. Police ordered Sause, a Catholic former nurse, to stop praying in her own home. In defending the police officers’ actions, the government argued that the […]

Religious Liberty Law Firm Commends Air Force For Ignoring Complaint and Continuing Chaplain Prayers

March 20, 2017 • Press Releases

Portsmouth, NH – The New Hampshire Air National Guard announced they will continue their tradition of including prayer during military ceremonies, despite receiving a letter from a special interest group demanding that they stop. First Liberty Institute attorneys and the Chaplain Alliance praised the move.  “We’re very pleased to see the New Hampshire Air […]

Standing for the Right to Kneel

Decision Magazine
January 17, 2017 • In the News

What Joe Kennedy thought would be a routine jog in 2007 became the first leg on a journey leading him into coaching and eventually to becoming a central figure in the fight to preserve America’s religious liberties.

Kansas woman who claimed police told her to stop praying in her home fights court ruling

Fox News via Christian Post
October 5, 2016 • In the News

Mary Anne Sause, a Louisburg, Kansas, woman who says she was ordered by local police to stop praying in her home and told that a copy of the Constitution she showed them was “just a piece of paper,” has appealed a district court’s ruling that officers did not violate her First Amendment. Read full article »

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