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Fox News Covers Bronx Household of Faith Case

By Jordan Lorence posted on:
October 17, 2017

Fox News is running a report on the Bronx Household of Faith case that ADF appealed to the Supreme Court at the end of September. Bronx Household of Faith is a small evangelical Christian church that is challenging in court the rule by the New York City public schools to allow community groups to meet in the school buildings on weeknights and weekends, but prohibits them from engaging in worship services. A federal appeals court in June overturned an injunction that had been in place for nine years allowing religious groups to meet on the same terms and conditions as all other community groups. We expect the Supreme Court to decide whether to hear the case or not at its November 22 conference.

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