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IRS Must Investigate Pastor Greg Locke For Partisan Political Remarks From Pulpit That Violate Johnson Amendment
Congress Must Protect Abortion Access Because Religious Freedom Is Reproductive Freedom
Leaked Supreme Court Opinion Overturning Abortion Rights Foretells The Religious Extremist Assault On Our Democracy
Supreme Court Forces Boston To Fly Christian Flag
Supreme Court Should Follow Decades Of Precedent And Protect Students’ Religious Freedom
A Supreme Court Victory For Coach Kennedy Could Lead To More Public School Employees Pressuring Students To Pray
Americans United Applauds Confirmation Of Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson To U.S. Supreme Court
“We look to Justice Jackson to be a bulwark against the Court’s ultra-conservative majority, who seem set on redefining religious freedom as a sword to harm others instead of a shield to protect all of us," said AU President and CEO Rachel Laser. "We deserve a Justice who will defend our country’s foundational principle of separation of religion and government like our democracy depends on it – because it does.”
Americans United: Broad And Diverse Coalition Supporting Students’ Religious Freedom Represented In Supreme Court Amicus Briefs In Kennedy v. Bremerton School District
“Today, dozens of organizations and people that represent religious, education, sports, civil rights and religious freedom communities joined us in fighting to protect students’, and everyone’s, First Amendment rights,” said Rachel Laser, president and CEO of Americans United. “The diversity of this coalition demonstrates the widespread approval for the bedrock constitutional principle of church-state separation."
AU & Bremerton School District Urge Supreme Court To Protect Religious Freedom Of Public School Students
"Church-state separation means that no one should ever have to choose between their religious freedom and being part of the team,” said Americans United President and CEO Rachel Laser. “No student should ever be pressured to pray to play."