In September 2012, a same-sex couple attempted to book their wedding at Liberty Ridge Farms—a rustic event space in upstate New York.
- Challenge to Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court's placement of a Ten Commandments monument in the rotunda of the State Judicial Building.
- Challenge to Texas judge's ruling in child custody matter that a lesbian mother could not take her daughter to services at a church with a gay/lesbian Christian congregation beacuse it was not a "mainline" church.
- Challenge by Brazilian church to the federal government's enforcement of the Controlled Substances Act as it pertains to "hoasca," a hallucinogenic herb that church members must ingest as part of their religious practice.
- Opposition to challenge to New York school district's decision to forbid an adult-run student Bible club from meeting immediately after the end of the school day on elementary school grounds.
- Challenge to eight-foot-tall monument with the Ten Commandments engraved on one side that was erected on the Haskell County courthouse lawn in Stigler, Oklahoma.
- Challenge to placement of a Ten Commandments monument in a Pennsylvania public park.
In the months following the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks, the New York City Police Department began a surveillance program targeting Muslim communities in New York City and the surrounding areas. The program extended to Muslims in New Jersey and included surveillance of mosques, private schools, Muslim-owned business establishments and at least one Muslim student group.
- Challenge by taxpayers to conferences, held as part of President George W. Bush's "Faith-Based and Community Initiatives" program, to assist religious organizations in applying for and receiving federal grants.
- Challenge to Arizona law authorizing tax credits for scholarships for private religious education.