The Supreme Court’s upcoming fall term might be notable not only for the religious freedom cases on the docket, but also for the pending cases the court might accept or refuse in the coming days.
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The court agreed to hear the case of John Henry Ramirez, who was scheduled to be executed, in its upcoming docket this fall.
“The Supreme Court has confirmed that every American is free to peacefully support causes they believe in without fear of harassment or intimidation,” said ADF Senior Counsel John Bursch.
Legal experts say decision heralds a positive outlook for religious-freedom cases of Catholic adoption and foster-care agencies nationwide.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Legal experts think the bigger decision will come in overturning 1990’s ‘Employment Division v. Smith.’
COMMENTARY: The decision is also powerful evidence that the Supreme Court, as it is currently constituted, doesn’t play politics.
ANALYSIS: The present court’s majority should be emboldened to overrule ‘Roe’ by its candid recognition of the two truths of the matter.
The Associated Press reported last week that the group won’t sign a new contract with Kentucky due to a new contract clause prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation.