The ruling allows Religious Freedom Restoration Act claimants - in this case Muslims subjected to discriminatory treatment by the FBI - to sue for money damages against government officials.
The Administration claims money damages are never "appropriate" under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act - even when they are the only possible means of redressing rights violations.
The Government Says These Men Have No Recourse Against FBI Agents Who Used the 'No Fly' List To Punish Them
The Supreme Court will decide whether three Muslims who refused to be informants can sue for damages under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
But is it actually even needed?
Sessions Releases Guidance on Protecting Religious Freedom; LGBT Groups Fear 'Permission to Discriminate'
Mostly, memo reiterates what religious freedom protections mean.
Judge smacks down EEOC attempt to apply federal civil rights law against funeral home.
A better argument is required than a fear of a slippery slope.
It's a fairly pure example of compelled speech.
The threat of a corporate boycott has sacrificed religious liberties without protecting gays
The latest incredibly important news on cakes and flowers.
Enjoy that slice of victory cake. It tastes like...What the hell is that?
Memories Pizza, while not as gay-affirming as many of us would like, didn't announce pending discrimination.
He is abusing business boycotts
Understanding the limits of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act