Chief Justice John Roberts ruled this week that religious gatherings have the same constitutional protections as football games or Who concerts and therefore state governments CAN limit access to worship. The Chief Justice sided with the 4 leftist judges to reach this conclusion. We wish we were making this up. This has left us gasping in surprise, but not giving up - EVER - on defending your first freedom to worship.
The ACRU is please to announce this good news from the White House — President Trump's issues Executive Order aimed at advancing America's First Freedom, religious liberty, as a moral and national security imperative.
The Justice Department is urging Nevada to reconsider its flat ban on religious gatherings of 10 or more people.
10/25: ACRU Senior Fellow Kerri Toloczko explains why the left is trying to tear down our constitutional right to religious freedom with increasingly invasive policies.
9/18: Arizona's Supreme Court ruled that two Christian artists could not be coerced into creating wedding invitations for a same-sex couple.
9/3: The Democratic National Committee passed a resolution saying their values align with those who are religiously unaffiliated.
8/29: The Democratic National Committee passed a resolution praising being "religiously unaffiliated", which was saluted by the Secular Coalition of America.
8/28: The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit ruled that keeping atheists from providing invocations at the beginning of start of legislative sessions is not unconstitutional.
4/19: ACRU Chairman and CEO Susan Carleson writes on why Founding Father Thomas Paine's advice on protecting religious liberty could save America from anti-religious groups and legislators.
1/14: ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski reports on a California Federal Court blocking President Trump's religious liberty mandate on Obamacare.