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Filed in: Supreme Court Justices | 9:22 AM Jan. 12, 2012

Washington Times - High Court Ruling Landmark for Religion

By Valerie Richardson, WashingtonTimes.com Religious organizations won a landmark victory Wednesday as the Supreme Court held that churches have the

Filed in: Supreme Court Justices | 5:25 PM Jan. 11, 2012

ABC News - Supreme Court Backs Church in Landmark Religious Liberty Case

By Ariane de Vogue, ABCNews.com The government must stay out of hiring and firing decisions by a religious organization, even if a minister sues for

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Content type: Video | 10:06 AM Jan. 2, 2014
Jordan Sekulow Spoke on the Blaze: Supreme Court in 2014

Jordan Sekulow spoke with the Blaze about the cases before the Supreme Court in 2014.

Content type: Video | 5:22 AM Mar. 7, 2013
Jay Sekulow on Fox News: Voting Rights Laws Need to Change?

Jay Sekulow appeared on Fox News to discuss Justice Scalia's comments on voting rights laws. He explains why media attacks on this sitting Supreme Court Justice's statements are wrong.

Content type: DocketBlogPost | 1:46 PM Oct. 8, 2012
Time to End Affirmative Action?

The controversial issue of affirmative action is once again before the U.S. Supreme Court, with oral arguments set this week in a case that has generated a lot of attention. The case involves a challenge by a student who was denied admission to the

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan stands outside of the Supreme Court building with Chief Justice of the United States John Roberts after her investiture ceremony in Washington

Content type: DocketBlogPost | 8:04 PM Jun. 21, 2012
Supreme Court Rules FCC Failed to Give Fair Notice But Leaves Indecency Laws Intact

Today’s Supreme Court decision in FCC v. Fox leaves intact the public indecency laws of all 50 states and the District of Columbia. The ACLJ filed an amicus brief with the Supreme Court urging it to do just that. The ACLJ’s brief in this

The Supreme Court in Washington

Content type: DocketBlogPost | 8:36 AM Jun. 15, 2012
Historic Religious Liberty Win - 25 Years Ago Today at Supreme Court

June 15, 1987. I was in Chicago conducting a training program - examining the legal issues - on literature distribution for Jews for Jesus. Just months earlier, I had delivered oral arguments before the Supreme Court of the United States on behalf of

United States border patrol agent looks across the fence at Mexico as he patrols the U.S. border in San Ysidro, California,

Content type: DocketBlogPost | 1:53 PM May. 29, 2012
June at Supreme Court: ObamaCare & Immigration

No one knows exactly when the Supreme Court will issue its decisions in the ObamaCare and Arizona immigration cases. No one except the Justices and those who work for them. In a world where leaks abound, the Supreme Court is one of the very few inst

Content type: DocketBlogPost | 11:56 AM Apr. 6, 2012
Obama to Make SCOTUS Campaign Issue

There's no question about it. President Obama's warning to the Supreme Court about ObamaCare has accomplished one thing. He has assured that the Supreme Court will be front-and-center in the upcoming presidential campaign. It will be a campaign issue

Anti-abortion advocate stands in prayer in front of Supreme Court in Washington DC

Content type: DocketBlogPost | 3:20 PM Jan. 20, 2012
Defending Christian Leadership for Christian Groups

This week the ACLJ filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court in support of a cert petition filed by a Christian fraternity and a Christian sorority asking that the Court grant them the right to exist at San Diego State University. The University de-

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Content type: DocketBlogPost | 1:24 PM Jan. 16, 2012
Is the Court Changing Its Stand on Religious Freedom?

On June 28, 2010, the Supreme Court of the United States narrowly ruled in Christian Legal Society v. Martinez that a university's\"all-comers" nondiscrimination policy trumped the right of a Christian student organization to select its leaders accor

Content type: MediaMention | 9:22 AM Jan. 12, 2012
Washington Times - High Court Ruling Landmark for Religion

By Valerie Richardson, WashingtonTimes.com Religious organizations won a landmark victory Wednesday as the Supreme Court held that churches have the right to make employment decisions free from government interference over discrimination laws.... W