ADF attorneys represent French teacher Peter Vlaming
Mayor Bowser lifts mask mandates across the district, but leaves them in place for children, teachers at religious schools
Government officials continue to withhold tuition funds for students of private religious schools but offer them to nearly all other students
“A justice should interpret the Constitution faithfully and according to the original public meaning of the Framers who wrote it.”
Following ADF lawsuit, Univ. of Houston-Clear Lake changes policy to allow Ratio Christi to freely operate according to its beliefs
The school board’s so-called ‘Anti-Racism’ policy is in fact teaching children how to be racist.
Guilford County officials have agreed that engaging in pro-life advocacy on public sidewalks is protected by the First Amendment.
“We commend Virginia Attorney General Jason Miyares for standing with women and their children.”
ADF attorneys serve as co-counsel with MT attorney general in lawsuit filed by Planned Parenthood
Mandating vaccines through an OSHA emergency rule is an alarming example of government overreach.
It is absurd to label an act of obvious personal gratitude and humility governmental speech that is prohibited by the Constitution.
Gov. Phil Murphy just signed into law legislation that codifies a radical ‘right’ to abortion.
“The Biden administration’s mandate would have a profoundly negative effect on those employers and the 80 million American workers who are affected…”
ADF attorneys representing Emilee Carpenter ask appeals court to review lower court’s decision allowing government to compel speech
ADF attorneys represent former Georgia Gwinnett College student prevented from sharing his faith on campus
ADF attorneys representing parents, students sue Albemarle County School Board for discriminating against students based on race, religion
ADF attorneys represent Downtown Hope Center
A federal district court ruled NY can compel an artist to create photographs, blogs that violate her beliefs, applied same reasoning as 303 Creative ruling
An abortion facility in Pennsylvania is challenging the commonwealth’s prohibition on taxpayer funding of elective abortion through its Medicaid program. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court previously upheld the law in Fischer v. Department of Public Welfare.
“Bethel was expelled from the program because it refused to change the admissions policy section of its handbook to reflect the views that the government wanted it to express.”
ADF is extremely disappointed by the Department of Labor’s proposal to rescind a Trump administration regulation that clarified the ability of faith-based organizations to adhere to their religious beliefs while maintaining partnerships with the government.
Effective September 1, 2021, the university enacted and enforced a policy that all students, employees, and other individuals “who currently or may in the future access any CU Anschutz facility or participate in any CU Anschutz program” or otherwise interact with members of the Anschutz community “regardless of location” must “become fully vaccinated against Covid-19 with a vaccine that has been approved by the World Health Organization.”
Court grants Right to Life of Central California request to halt enforcement of unconstitutional state law
ADF attorneys represent New Hope Family Services, ask court to stop discriminatory investigation against Christian nonprofit