religious freedom

Khan, whose son died in the Iraq War, gained national recognition in 2016 when he slammed Donald Trump for his hateful rhetoric toward Muslims.
A Christian school in Kentucky claimed coronavirus safety rules violated its religious freedom.
Religious liberty wasn't on the table during justices' deliberations in Bostock v. Clayton County. That could make all the difference for LGBTQ workers.
Gov. Laura Kelly claims a Republican council doesn't have the authority to revoke her executive order prohibiting faith gatherings of over 10 people.
A federal court previously granted his "IM GOD" license plate request as a matter of free speech.
If signed into law, adoption agencies in the state could be protected from suits if they refuse to place a child based on "religious or moral" beliefs.
Utah's Rep. Chris Stewart claims his bill will “bridge that gap” between preventing discrimination and allowing religion to inform individual decisions.
"We don’t do gay weddings or mixed race," a woman at the venue in Booneville explained in a now-viral cellphone video.
Satanic Temple member Iris Fontana recited the words "Hail Satan" during an invocation at a meeting of the Kenai Peninsula Borough assembly.
Eden Rogers and Brandy Welch say a waiver granted to religious foster care agencies allows the groups to discriminate against prospective foster parents.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations is demanding Pirro be fired after she said Omar's hijab may be "antithetical to the Constitution."
Bailey and Samantha Brazzel said they want to shed light on their state's lack of LGBTQ protections by going public with their story.
Adam Owen Grady cited the Bible in his complaint against Missoula County jail, claiming God gave people “every herb bearing seed.”
The Anti-Defamation League said the practices of Miracle Hill in South Carolina amount to taxpayer-supported discrimination.
After Andrew Brunson's release from detention in Turkey, Ben Cao is hoping Trump will also speak up for his imprisoned dad, Rev. John Cao.
The rules ban religious groups from seeking converts, distributing texts, or livestreaming sermons online.
He pointed to a big problem with the Supreme Court ruling in favor of a baker who refused service to a same-sex couple.
When New York police took a photo of her without a headscarf, plaintiff Jamilla Clark said, "I felt as if I were naked."
The Colorado private investigator who helped defend a condemned killer says religious beliefs prevent her from testifying for the prosecution.