A New Era of Inequality?

Hobby Lobby and Religious Exemptions from Anti-Discrimination Laws

Hobby Lobby and Religious Exemptions from Anti-Discrimination Laws In this article from the Harvard Law and Policy Review,  Americans United Associate Legal Director Alex J. Luchenitser discusses the potential impact of "religious freedom" bills ... Read »

Orange County Chapter Meeting with guest speaker Hans Johnson

April 18, 2015 at 1:45 pm   The Orange County chapter of Americans United for Separation of Church and State April 18 th event will present Hans Johnson of Progressive Victory.  He will discuss “Why Alabama Matters: Supremacists, Selma ad Same Sex Marriag ... Read »

Marriage Equality And Religious Freedom Can Co-Exist, Americans United Says

Church-State Watchdog Asks Federal Appeals Court To Reject Claims That Same-Sex Marriage Threatens Religious Liberty

Church-State Watchdog Asks Federal Appeals Court To Reject Claims That Same-Sex Marriage Threatens Religious Liberty Same-sex couples should not be denied the right to marry because of false claims about the threat marriage equality poses to religious lib ... Read »

Rob Boston Speaking in Las Vegas

April 19, 2015 at 1:30 pm Address:  333 S. Valley View Blvd, Las Vegas, NV, 89107   Americans United Members and Supporters are invited by Humanists and Atheists of Las Vegas to hear AU's Communications Director and Author Rob Boston speak on the top ... Read »

As 2016 Presidential Campaign Gets Under Way, IRS Should Act To Enforce Non-Profit ‘No-Politicking’ Rule, Says Americans United

Church-State Watchdog Group Says Liberty University May Have Violated Federal Law By Hosting U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz

Church-State Watchdog Group Says Liberty University May Have Violated Federal Law By Hosting U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz The Internal Revenue Service should make it clear that houses of worship and other tax-exempt, non-profit groups have no right to engage in par ... Read »

EEOC Wrong To Side With Teacher In Bible Distribution Case, Says Americans United

Church-State Watchdog Says School Districts Can Fire Staff For Distributing Religious Material To Students

Church-State Watchdog Says School Districts Can Fire Staff For Distributing Religious Material To Students The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) should not have ruled in favor of a New Jersey substitute teacher who was fired for giving a Bibl ... Read »

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