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

Discrimination 101: Vouchers, LGBT Students, and the First Amendment

By: Olivia Perry Vice President Pence’s wife, Karen, recently made the news for accepting a part-time teaching position at a Christian private school with a controversial anti-LGBT stance. The school makes its stance very clear. Specifically, it requires prospective employees to disavow gay marriage and the trans community in a pledge: “I understand that the … Continue reading Discrimination 101: Vouchers, LGBT Students, and the First Amendment