The Mississippi legislature has passed a bill to protect citizens, including business owners, against state intrusion into their right to religious expression.
A Florida school district is being challenged after a school lunchroom supervisor prevented a five-year-old from praying over her meal.
A Maryland county commissioner has said she would rather go to jail than obey a judge's ban on prayer in Jesus' name at government meetings.
Following strong criticism from Christian leaders, humanitarian group World Vision has reversed its new hiring policy on homosexual "Christians."
A civil jury has ruled that the University of North Carolina-Wilmington retaliated against one of its professors because of his Christian views.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has rejected the demands of an atheist group that he delete a Bible reference from his Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Stanford University has denied funding for a pro-marriage conference, agreeing with homosexual activists that the event amounts to "anti-LGBT" hate speech.
A group of 24 conservative faith and family organizations is challenging the Air Force Academy for ordering the removal of a Bible verse, written by a cadet, from a public comments area at the school.
The secularist Freedom From Religion Foundation has attacked another community for its practice of beginning government meetings with Christian prayer.