Americans United And Allies Urge Federal Appeals Court To Uphold Church-State Separation In Pensacola Cross Case

Religious And Civil-Rights Groups Say Constitutional Principle Of Religious Freedom Relies On Government Not Endorsing Specific Faiths

Religious And Civil-Rights Groups Say Constitutional Principle Of Religious Freedom Relies On Government Not Endorsing Specific Faiths Americans United for Separation of Church and State, joined by 13 religious and civil-rights organizations, today urged ... Read »

Constitutional Litigation Fellowship

Employment Type:  Staff Position Americans United for Separation of Church and State is accepting applications to join our eight-lawyer legal team for a two-year Constitutional Litigation Fellowship starting in September 2018. As a fellow, you will have s ... Read »

AU And Allies Are Fighting Vouchers In Montana

Rokia Hassanein Wall of Separation Americans United and its allies are urging the Montana Supreme Court to rule that the state was right to stop taxpayer money from funding religious education through a tax-credit voucher scheme. Joined by the American Ci ... Read »

Anti-LGBTQ Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis Resurfaces

Liz Hayes Wall of Separation Kim Davis, the county clerk in Kentucky who made national news in 2015 when she refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, reappeared in the news recently when she announced that she will seek re-election next yea ... Read »

Americans United Denounces House Tax Bill That Undermines The Johnson Amendment And Public Schools

Legislation Turns Nonprofits, Including Houses Of Worship, Into Tax-Exempt Partisan Campaign Organizations; Expands School Voucher-Like Program

Legislation Turns Nonprofits, Including Houses Of Worship, Into Tax-Exempt Partisan Campaign Organizations; Expands School Voucher-Like Program Americans United for Separation of Church and State today criticized the U.S. House of Representatives for pass ... Read »

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