- In 1998, the Kentucky legislature passed a law limiting the legal definition of marriage to that between a man and a woman, and prohibited the recognition of marriage licenses issued to same-sex couples in other states. Eight years later, the state amended its constitution to codify these prohibitions.
In 1992, Congress established a Program to Encourage Public and Community Service for former military personnel. Under this program, former military personnel can earn credit toward their retirement by working at public- or community-service organizations. The credits enable the former members of the military to receive larger pension payments when they retire.
- Opposition to church's challenge to revocation of its tax-exempt status by IRS because church had encouraged Christians to vote against presidential candidate Bill Clinton.
- Challenge to threat by New York City mayor to punish museum if it continued to exhibit a painting that he counsidered sacreligious.
As part of the Affordable Care Act's implementing regulations, group health plans are required to include coverage for various forms of preventative care, including all FDA-approved methods of contraception.
A Pennsylvania public school invited kindergarten parents to visit the classroom and share a talent, game, craft, or story with the class. A parent named Donna Busch wanted to read a Bible passage to the kindergarten students; the school denied her request.
- Opposition to challenge to New Jersey teacher's decision to bar a first-grade student from reading a Bible story to his classmates.
In 2006, the Arizona created a school-voucher program that provided funds to disabled and foster children to attend private schools, including religious schools. The plaintiffs filed suit in Arizona state court, alleging that the programs violated multiple provisions of the Arizona Constitution.
- Challenge to placement of a Ten Commandments monument in front of a Washington State city hall building.
- Opposition to challenge of California law obligating employers who provide prescription drug benefits as part of a health insurance plan to include benefits for prescription contraception.