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Chick-fil-A: The Latest Example of Government Punishing a Family Business Because of its Religious Beliefs

April 3, 2019 • Photos & Video

First Liberty’s Keisha Russell joins Fox & Friends to discusses why banning Chick-fil-A from the San Antonio Texas airport is both bigoted and illegal.

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 […]

Obama’s defense bill veto an attack on religious liberty

Washington Examiner
November 1, 2016 • In the News

President Obama’s reported plan to veto the defense spending legislation constitutes a “deeply disturbing” attack on religious liberty, according to a top Republican.

America’s Future – Kelly Shackelford

Daystar
February 15, 2016 • In the News

Joni and the ladies of the table welcome Liberty Institute’s Kelly Shackelford along with David Barton to discuss growing discrimination against religion in America, especially Christianity. Read full article »

Church tent noise level now a religious liberty test

Baptist Press
December 15, 2015 • In the News

“We want Vintage Church to be treated fairly,” Justin Butterfield, senior counsel for Liberty Institute, told the Baptist Message. “The noise ordinance that the parish is enforcing against them permits much louder volumes for jackhammers, construction noise and lawnmowers.” Read full article »

Louisiana Pastor be Jailed or Fined for Church Being too Loud

Daily Caller
December 15, 2015 • In the News

A New Orleans pastor who spent seven years rebuilding the city after Hurricane Katrina says he is now being bullied by local officials and intimidated by cops in a classic case of discrimination disguised as a noise dispute. Read full article »

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