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Subscriber Access Only The Court's Uncertain Trumpet
Unprincipled Commandments rulings leave a nation guessing.
Subscriber Access Only Ten Commandments Displays Head Back to Supreme Court
Can a display be government speech without the government actually endorsing the message?
Subscriber Access Only One Nation Under God—Sort of
We've got bigger problems than the Pledge of Allegiance.
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Supreme Court Unanimously Sides with Prisoners' Religious Rights
RLUIPA held to meet religious needs of the institutionalized.
Subscriber Access Only School Choice 2.0
Supreme Court weighs Arizona tax credits.
Subscriber Access Only Divisible After All
More important than keeping the phrase 'under God' is the reason for keeping it.
Subscriber Access Only Broken Tablets
The Court splits the baby and denies the rule of law. Feel united yet?
Subscriber Access Only Federal Appeals Court Says Americorps Can Fund Catholic School Teachers
Plus: Habitat for Humanity fight gets sadder, and other stories from online sources around the world.
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Court Affirms Rights of Inmates
Prison officials may not place substantial burden on religious exercise
Subscriber Access Only Supreme Court Rulings on Ten Commandments Leave Wake of Confusion
Groups announce plans to create new monuments as court refuses to hear more about such displays.
Subscriber Access Only No Jesus Invocations, Says Court
Plus: Baylor regents don't vote on Sloan after all, House votes to take gay marriage out of judges' purview, coveting the original Ten Commandments, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Subscriber Access Only Supreme Court Weighs Fate of Mojave Cross
The court considered whether a transfer of property changes a church-state question.
New Rules Worry Christian Colleges
Government's solution to for-profit problems may threaten schools' autonomy.
Subscriber Access Only Appeals Court Declares Ten Commandments Monument Unconstitutional
Judges say the Oklahoma monument would reflect a government endorsement of religion.
Subscriber Access Only Free from State Oversight
Texas Supreme Court says state has no business regulating Christian schools.
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