Vol. 68 Nbr. 4, April - April 2015
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- Dismissed Atlanta fire chief sues for discrimination.
- Miss. proposes religious exemption for bus drivers.
- N.C. prison sued over ban on humanist groups.
- U.S. House rejects neo-voucher measure.
- Religious right outfits call Americans United bigoted and label the Group A 'Dangerous" enemy of christianity.
- Thanks to legal help from Americans United, a Michigan Town's Prayer Station is getting some company.
- Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore's antics may seem Buffoonishr but the people hurt by his policies aren't amused.
- Dixie defiance: Ala. officials haven't learned from history.
- The cross's purpose: government must focus on secular, not sacred.
- Okla. legislators take aim at AP high school courses in American history.
- Wash. florist refuses settlement in anti-gay bias lawsuit.
- Federal appeals court says non-profit groups may not curtail birth control access.
- Mass. public school ends baccalaureate sponsorship following AU protest.
- Texas pseudo-historian Barton's claims of big court win questioned.
- AU monitoring state 'religious freedom' bills that threaten rights.
- Catholic League leader rakes in large salary despite small role.
- N.Y. officials allow religion in pre-k program to attract more groups.
- Muslim leader's prayer invitation sparks fuss in North Dakota.
- One, Nation, Under Gods: a provocative new history of religion in America.
- 'Bible Bus' removed from Mich. public school property.
- Atheist blogger murdered in Bangladesh.
- AU files brief in Colo. discrimination case.
- Idaho COP unit rejects 'Christian state' proposition.
- Travel travails: sometimes, getting from here to there can be a challenge.