Here are some important law-and-religion news stories from around the web:
- A secular advocacy organization has accused a Florida school district of unconstitutionally incorporating Christianity into its curriculum and school events.
- Complaints from activists have led a Massachusetts-based mosque to cancel a planned male-only prayer service to be held on an important Islamic holy day.
- A new Illinois law will help facilitate the funding of scholarships for private and religious schools.
- President Trump attended an Episcopal church on the National Day of Prayer for victims of Hurricane Harvey that he declared.
- The federal government has agreed to inform certain people affected by the initial version of the Trump Administration’s travel ban of free-to-access legal services as part of a settlement that disposed of the first case challenging the ban.
- A Congregationalist community in Massachusetts has prevailed in a lawsuit in which a town contested the community’s ownership of a historic cemetery dating to 1743.