After the Johnson County Commission removed a government-sponsored Ten Commandments display from the County Courthouse, the Commission created a public forum in the Courthouse lobby for displays relating to the development of American law. The Commission then accepted a display featuring the Ten Commandments, quotations from historical legal sources, and Biblical verses—bearing the message that the United States was founded on Christian principles. Read more
Establishment Clause challenge to an Arizona statute allowing residents to direct part of their tax payments to organizations that provide scholarships to students.
Challenge to a public-school board's practice of opening its meetings with mostly Christian prayers.
Lawsuit against synagogue for sexual assault and retaliation perpetrated by its cantor and rabbi, raising the question of when claims should be allowed against religious institutions for sexual misconduct committed by their clergy.
Challenge to California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation's refusal to allow a Wiccan clergyman to serve as volunteer chaplain in prisons because he is not Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, Muslim, or Native American.
Challenge to a judge's placement of a poster with the Ten Commandments in his courtroom.
Challenge to Wisconsin's funding of Faith Works, a religious drug and alcohol treatment center.
Opposition to a challenge to a Washington statute providing that students majoring in theology are ineligible for a state-funded university scholarship program.
Challenge to Arizona law authorizing tax credits for donations to organizations that provide scholarships for private school tuition, including that for parochial schools.