How President Biden’s Proposed Policies Could Restrict Your Freedoms
Where President Biden acts contrary to the Constitution, ADF stands ready to defend freedom for all Americans.
A Free Speech Crisis Runs Rampant in Corporate America
Free speech is not only a critical right—it’s a value of American life.
Court Stops Vermont From Treating Religious High School Students Worse Than Everyone Else
We are simply asking that the state of Vermont treat students at religious high schools equally and give them the same opportunities as public school students.
What Are Nominal Damages Anyway? These 5 Quotes from Chike’s Oral Arguments Help Explain
To understand why the outcome of this case should matter to you, here are a few key quotes from oral arguments that help explain the importance of nominal damages.
District Court to Hear Arguments Challenging Discriminatory Virginia Law
New legislation in Virginia seeks to turn its back on the state constitution, as well as the U.S. Constitution.
Some Good News: Court Rules That Caring for Underprivileged Kids Is Religious Activity
Despite the fact that By The Hand is a religious, non-profit ministry, the Illinois Department of Employment Security has insisted on taxing By The Hand for years.
4 Questions with the Attorney Who Argued Chike’s Case at the U.S. Supreme Court
ADF General Counsel Kristen Waggoner argued Chike’s case before the Court. We sat down with her after oral arguments to ask her a few questions.