Fulton and the Future of Religious Liberty

By: Megan Coates, Staff Member, Vol. 19 Introduction The Supreme Court recently heard oral argument in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia. In this case, a Catholic foster care agency resisted the City’s policy requiring agencies to certify same-sex couples as foster parents. Before reaching the Supreme Court, Fulton was heard at the Third Circuit, where … Continue reading Fulton and the Future of Religious Liberty

NEWSFLASH! 2/10-2/24

Virginia lawmakers have repealed a centuries-old, vague profanity law. The statute criminalized “any person [who] profanely curses or swears” and made any violation thereof a Class 4 misdemeanor. While Virginia joins a host of states who have already repealed such laws, many states still retain profanity statutes. As one spokesman for Virginia’s governor—who is expected … Continue reading NEWSFLASH! 2/10-2/24