- Opposition to Columbia Union College's challenge to decision by Maryland Higher Education Commission to disallow it from participating in state grant program because the college was pervasively sectarian.
- Challenge to City of Boise's contract for the provision of homeless-shelter services with Boise Rescue Mission, which required the homeless to attend religious services as a condition of receiving food or shelter.
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.
The U.S. Postal Service regularly contracts with private entities to operate postal units in areas where it is not economically feasible to run a traditional post office. In Manchester, Connecticut, the Postal Service contracted for operation of a post office by the Full Gospel Interdenominational Church.
- Challenge to decision of local Arkansas school board to remove all books from the Harry Potter series from the open shelves of public-school libraries.
In 2003, the Texas legislature amended the Texas Education Code, taking a previously optional moment of silence and making it mandatory.
- Opposition to challenge to Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act, a federal law protecting the rights of prison inmates to practice their religions.
In the 1960s, the City of Grand Haven, Mich., erected a display pole on a large, publicly-owned sand dune overlooking the city’s waterfront. The pole could be raised or lowered as needed, and it could be fitted with either an anchor or a cross feature.
- Michigan law does not allow same-sex couples to adopt children. A same-sex couple with adopted children initially challenged this law in January 2012, and later expanded their lawsuit to challenge the Michigan Marriage Amendment.
- Challenge to West Virginia high school's plan to include prayer at graduation ceremony.