Pork Farm Supreme Court Decision May Allow State Legislatures to Regulate Moral Behavior In Other States
This article explores the impact Supreme Court’s recent decision in National Pork Producers Council et al v. Ross.
Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Accommodating Religious Practices in the Workplace: Groff v. DeJoy Case Update
The Supreme Court is hearing a case about how far employers must go in order to accommodate religious practices in the workplace. Read on for more information and analysis on the case. #SupremeCourt #ReligiousAccommodation #UndueHardship
Learn About US Government and Liberty of Conscience in the Nation’s Capitol: New Course for Adventist High School Students Gives College Credit
Discover the US Government course of your dreams! Taught by experts, the experience is anchored in faith and based on experiential learning. Open to high school students with GPAs above 3.0, attendees will receive 3 college credits. Thanks to Founders’ First Freedom, this course is finally affordable. Join us this summer at Washington Adventist University, located only 7 miles from the US Capitol, for visits to government agencies and guest lectures by insiders.
Founders’ First Freedom files Amicus Brief in US Supreme Court in Support of Workplace Religious Freedom
Founders’ First Freedom filed a brief in the US Supreme Court in support of workplace religious freedom, calling for the overturning of a 1977 case that defined “undue hardship” in federal religious accommodation laws as any “de minimis cost or expense.” The case involves a US Postal Service worker who was required to work on Sundays in violation of his religious beliefs.