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Most courts – including SCOTUS – leaving vaccine mandates in place against religious liberty challenges

Most courts – including SCOTUS – leaving vaccine mandates in place against religious liberty challenges

As usual, drawing bright-line conclusions about the state of the law would be a mistake! These cases emerge from diverse factual situations where the details hold a lot of legal significance.
In ‘worrisome’ oral arguments at the U.S. Supreme Court, justices characterize state’s refusal to fund religious education as ‘discrimination’

In ‘worrisome’ oral arguments at the U.S. Supreme Court, justices characterize state’s refusal to fund religious education as ‘discrimination’

The oral arguments in the case suggest there are a majority of justices who believe the state should be required to include sectarian religious education in school funding programs.
U.S. State Department publishes ‘Countries of Particular Concern,’ adding Russia, removing Nigeria, from list of most egregious religious freedom violators

U.S. State Department publishes ‘Countries of Particular Concern,’ adding Russia, removing Nigeria, from list of most egregious religious freedom violators

The U.S. Department of State has issued its annual list of Countries of Particular Concern on religious freedom matters. The list is largely unchanged from last year, with two notable exceptions.

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