Last Updated: 6/2/2020
After receiving legal counsel from ADF attorneys, members of the La Crosse city council adopted an invocations policy that will allow it to continue opening meetings with a prayer. The Freedom From Religion Foundation, a Wisconsin-based organization, threatened to sue the city over the practice. In 2007, ADF launched a national effort aimed at advising public bodies of their constitutional right to opening meetings with an invocation.
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Tanner’s stand in court did ultimately pay off.
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Schools may no longer be in session, but courts still are. And this summer, that’s where several educators will find themselves.
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Far from appreciating Tanner Cross’s input as an educator, school officials punished him for speaking up.
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ADF files friend-of-the-court-brief asking court to honor veterans, apply Constitution correctly
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The American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina filed suit against Rowan County’s prayer policy.