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Ramani v. Segelstein

Lawsuit against synagogue for sexual assault and retaliation perpetrated by its cantor and rabbi, raising the question of when claims should be allowed against religious institutions for sexual misconduct committed by their clergy.

Stormans v. Selecky

After learning of several incidents in Washington and other states in which pharmacists refused to fill prescriptions for birth-control pills, emergency contraception, and other medications, the Washington State Board of Pharmacy adopted regulations in July 2007 requiring pharmacies to dispense lawfully prescribed drugs, while allowing individual pharmacists to have a colleague fill a prescription if they themselves object to filling it for religious or moral reasons. Read more

Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America, Inc. v. City of San Diego

In 1952, the City of San Diego authorized the Mt. Soledad Memorial Association to build a 43-foot-tall Latin cross on top of Mt. Soledad in La Jolla, California. The cross was dedicated in a Christian religious service on Easter Sunday in 1954, and it was used as a site for Easter services for the next forty years. Read more

American Atheists, Inc. v. Duncan

Challenge to Utah policy of allowing the Utah Highway Patrol Association to erect twelve-foot-tall Latin crosses on state-owned land to memorialize and honor state troopers who have died in the line of duty.

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