Opposition to parents' challenge to Maine program that allowed school districts without their own public high schools to pay tuition for students to attend nearby public and nonsectarian private schools, but not religious schools.
Challenge to Illinois tax credit that pays for tuition and other expenses for children attending private, predominantly religious schools.
Challenge to Wisconsin's funding of Faith Works, a religious drug and alcohol treatment center.
Challenge to Congressional authorization to spend $10 million in federal funds for repairing historic missions in California, virtually all of which were fully functioning houses of worship.
Challenge to City of Boise's contract for the provision of homeless-shelter services with Boise Rescue Mission, which required the homeless to attend religious services as a condition of receiving food or shelter.
Opposition to Columbia Union College's challenge to decision by Maryland Higher Education Commission to disallow it from participating in state grant program because the college was pervasively sectarian.
Opposition to Colorado Christian University's challenge to state officials' conclusion that the pervasively religious nature of the university rendered it ineligible under the Colorado Constitution to participate in a student financial-aid program.
Challenge to federal grants provided to the Northwest Marriage Institute, a faith-based organization in Vancouver, Washington, that provided Bible-based marriage counseling.
Challenge to InnerChange Freedom Initiative, a publicly supported, pervasively religious program for inmates in an Iowa prison.
Challenge to federal AmeriCorps program that provides monetary awards to progam participants who teach at parochial schools, where they often teach religion classes and lead students in prayer.