religious freedom

Settlement reached in case involving City of Lansing firing Seventh Day Adventist who asked to have Sabbath Day off.

The Justice Department has reached a settlement with the City of Lansing, Michigan, to resolve allegations of religious accommodation and retaliation. The lawsuit claimed that the city violated Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 by discriminating and retaliating against Sylvia Coleman, a Seventh-day Adventist and former detention officer with the city’s police

California initiates travel ban to states it says use religious freedom to disallow adoptions for gay/transgender couples

California has initiated a travel ban to states is says use “religious freedom” as a basis for “discrimination” against gays and transgender people. Announced yesterday by California Attorney General Xavier Becerra under state law AB 1887, travel is prohibited for state-funded and state-sponsored travel to eight states – Alabama, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, Tennessee,