The Indiana law requires that people’s religious beliefs be “substantially burdened” before they can claim that their religious freedom is being violated. The difference, as some are pointing out, is that Connecticut law allows that claim with any burden at all. A gay couple wanting two male figurines placed on top of their wedding cake.
This was followed by M. Xenopi (18%), M. Chelonae (13%), M. “The president gave Mr. Priebus many of the same assurances of control, and then proceeded to undercut and ignore him to the point where Mr. Priebus often positioned himself at the door of the Oval Office to find out whom the president was talking to,” Michael Shear, Glenn Thrush and Maggie Haberman note on the front page of today’s New York Times.
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Though out of uniform, a general known for candor is striving to keep his politics private, a sharp contrast with other officers like former Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, who ran the Defense Intelligence Agency during the Obama administration before being fired in 2014 and is one of a handful of recently retired senior military officials being aggressively courted by, or themselves courting, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump’s rival presidential campaigns..
We gathered around what appeared to be an undamaged switch and mostly undamaged part of the home. We flipped the switch, and nothing. Immediately, we all made eye contact because we were all feeling the same thing. “That is enough under the law to allow a court to consider such activity harmful to a child.”He also made clear his fear that being gay will rub off on the kids.The state “must use [its]power to prevent the subversion of children toward this lifestyle, to not encourage a criminal lifestyle,” Moore wrote.On Aug. 1, 2001, then Chief Justice Moore unveiled a 5,280 pound stone monument to the Ten Commandments in the rotunda of the Alabama State Judicial Building. It had been installed overnight without the consent or knowledge of the other eight Supreme Court justices.A federal court ordered Moore to remove it after finding that the monument violated the Constitution’s establishment clause, which prohibits the government from putting its weight behind one religion.Moore refused to comply, prompting an ethics complaint from the Southern Poverty Law Center that ultimately led the state’s judicial ethics panel toremove him from office in November 2003..