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Idaho City Backs Down In Dispute With Ministers Over Same-Sex Marriage


The City of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho will not force two Christian ministers to open their wedding chapel business to same-sex wedding ceremonies.

Idaho Ministers Threatened With Jail For Refusing To Perform Same-Sex Wedding Ceremonies


A collision between marriage equality and religious liberty, but it seems clear that religious liberty should win this one.

The Supreme Court Has A First Amendment Problem Right At Its Front Doorstep

Supreme Court Issues Multiple Rulings

The Roberts court has been very good on First Amendment issues, but it needs to address the First Amendment issue right outside its front windows.

Citizens United And Hobby Lobby Are About Individual Rights, Not ‘Corporate Rights’


Much of the criticism of Hobby Lobby, and Citizens United before it, is based on a fundamental misunderstanding of what those decisions stand for.

Supreme Court: Some Employers Can Refuse To Cover Contraceptives For Religious Reasons

Birth Control Mandate

Hobby Lobby wins, but it’s unclear just how far this opinion will go.

Supreme Court Strikes Down Abortion Clinic Buffer Zones

Abortion Clinic Protest

Another solid victory for the First Amendment from the Roberts Court.

Where’s The Line Between Protected Online Speech And Criminal Threats?


Next term, the Supreme Court will try to decide when online speech crosses the line and becomes a criminal threat.

Supreme Court Allows Challenge To Law Against Election “Lies” To Go Forward


A hopeful First Amendment decision from the Supreme Court.

Federal Judge Orders Cong. John Conyers Placed Back On Ballot

Reps Hold News Conference At Capitol On Free Flow Of Information Act Of 2013

One of the longest serving Members of Congress just got his political career saved.

Texas High School Student Suspended For Refusing To Stand During Pledge Of Allegiance


A pretty clear violation of the First Amendment.

Virginia County Considers Banning People From Meeting In Their Own Homes


One Virginia county wants to regulate how many people you can have in your home for a visit.