The suit argued that D.C.’s vandalism laws ‘may not be used as a tool to silence disfavored speech.’
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COMMENTARY: ‘Teen Vogue’ magazine’s analysis of Lorie Smith’s case is the latest example.
According to the senator who plans to introduce the legislation, the proposal ‘tries to make clear there [will be] no confidentiality’ exception, regardless of the context in which the clergy member becomes aware of the information.
Michigan Parish Files Lawsuit to Protect School From State Intrusion Over Catholic Beliefs on Sexuality
The parish fears the school will be targeted, in the wake of the Michigan Supreme Court’s recent reinterpretation of state antidiscrimination laws to include sexual orientation and gender identity.
COMMENTARY: The court unanimously ruled that Boston violated the First Amendment when it banned an organization called Camp Constitution from flying an ecumenical Christian flag.
COMMENTARY: The First Amendment not only gives Catholics the right to practice our faith, but also creates the space in which we can evangelize.
Any institution proven in court not to be upholding free speech could lose federal funding, and in extreme cases could be prohibited from receiving federal funding in the future.
Denton’s lawsuit alleges that his free speech was constitutionally-protected by the First Amendment, and that the state university unlawfully retaliated against his speech and committed viewpoint discrimination.
As California faces another wave of lockdowns and restrictions, Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco is making the sacraments available to the faithful any way he can.
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