The Indiana ACLU Legal Director gave an overview of church-state law in the US from colonial times to the present.
He explained how current First Amendment law, especially establishment clause law, has become very confused, making litigation very difficult. He gave examples of this difficulty in several Indiana issues and cases.
Falk fielded lively questions from the audience with skill and dexterity. The event, held in the Auditorium of the Nora Public Library in Indianapolis, was a very rewarding experience for Hoosier supporters of religious liberty.