Vol. 64 Nbr. 5, May - May 2011
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- Arkansas Senate derails Bible class bill.
- AU protests sectarian prayers at Minnesota Senate.
- Missouri house passes religion amendment.
- Supreme Court takes religious-school teacher dispute.
- As part of a budget deal with Democrats, Boehner engineers taxpayer subsidies for D.C. religious schools.
- School voucher vote.
- Three years after being pronounced 'dead' by many pundits, fundamentalist political groups are riding high in Washington and many state legislatures.
- Facts and figures about the Religious Right in America.
- Access denies: Supreme Court slams the courthouse door on taxpayers' right to challenge tax Credits for religious schools.
- Edwin Gaustad: champion of religious liberty and sound history.
- Religious freedom: no matter what the Religious Right says, it's for everyone.
- Americans United criticizes congressional vote in favor of religious motto.
- Lawsuit challenging religious activity at Calif. Community College reaches settlement.
- AU, ACLU investigate possible bias over concerts at Fort Bragg.
- States consider voucher subsidies while slashing public education funding.
- European high court approves crucifixes in public schools.
- Conversion story: a former Jerry Falwell follower reflects on how the Religious Right gets it wrong.
- Catholic Church may lose control of Irish schools.
- Kansas governor pushes for 'faith-based' partnerships.
- N.Y. Rabbinical students to get state aid.
- Texas judge backs off bible study scheme.
- 'Freedom to believe ... Or not': from Nick news to a Feminist summit, the message remains the same.