Supreme Court Lets Religious Freedom Law Stand, for Now

Monday’s Supreme Court decision not to review a Mississippi religious freedom law means government bureaucrats and other officials cannot force people with faith-driven objections to same-sex marriage to act against their own beliefs, at least for now. The New Orleans-based 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals had ruled in June that plaintiffs challenging the law, … Continue reading Supreme Court Lets Religious Freedom Law Stand, for Now