Case Regarding Maryland’s Ban on Counseling LGBTQ Teens Continues with New DefendantCase Regarding Maryland’s Ban on Counseling LGBTQ Teens Continues with New Defendant

Case Regarding Maryland’s Ban on Counseling LGBTQ Teens Continues with New DefendantCase Regarding Maryland’s Ban on Counseling LGBTQ Teens Continues with New Defendant

In Doyle v. Hogan, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals sent the case back to the district court Tuesday, leaving the door open to amend the complaint to add Maryland’s state board of professional counselors and therapists as the defendants instead of the governor and attorney governor.

Court Rules 78-year-old World War II-era Cross in Pensacola Does Not Violate the Constitution and will Remain Standing in Public Park

A federal Court of Appeals ruled that the World War II-era 78-year-old Bayview Cross in Pensacola, Florida, does not violate the U.S. Constitution and will remain standing. The appeals court noted it has become “embedded in the fabric of the Pensacola community” and that removing it could […]