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New Poll Confirms What We Already Know: Pastors Want IRS out of Pulpit

Religious Freedom

New Poll Confirms What We Already Know: Pastors Want IRS out of Pulpit

91% of Protestant pastors agree that pastors should have the right to speak freely from the pulpit without fear of being penalized by the government.

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6 Things You Didn’t Know About Jack Phillips and His Supreme Court Case

Religious Freedom

6 Things You Didn’t Know About Jack Phillips and His Supreme Court Case

Jack’s case has been working its way through the court system for almost five years. Now the U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear the case.

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Thanks to CA Governor’s Veto, Religious Orgs Can Still Hold Employees to a Code of Conduct

Religious Freedom

Thanks to CA Governor’s Veto, Religious Orgs Can Still Hold Employees to a Code of Conduct

Today, CA Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a law that would have kept religious and pro-life organizations from holding their employees to a code of conduct consistent with that organization’s beliefs.

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Breaking: U.S. Supreme Court Declines to Hear Case Challenging Ten Commandments Monument

Religious Freedom

Breaking: U.S. Supreme Court Declines to Hear Case Challenging Ten Commandments Monument

Here are a few reasons why the Ten Commandments monument in Bloomfield, New Mexico should stay.

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How the Department of Justice Is Advocating for Our Constitutional Rights

Religious Freedom

How the Department of Justice Is Advocating for Our Constitutional Rights

We tip our hats to the U.S. Department of Justice.

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Federal Judge Strikes Down Minister’s Housing Allowance—Again. What’s Next?

Religious Freedom

Federal Judge Strikes Down Minister’s Housing Allowance—Again. What’s Next?

Since 1954, churches have been allowed to provide a tax-exempt housing allowance to their pastors and ministers. But a recent ruling out of Wisconsin is doing its best to change that.

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Apparently, the Last Time the Supreme Court Upheld Prayer at Public Meetings Was Not Enough

Religious Freedom

Apparently, the Last Time the Supreme Court Upheld Prayer at Public Meetings Was Not Enough

We’re back to where we started – asking the Supreme Court to confirm, once again, that uncensored public prayer is constitutional.

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