Here are some important law-and-religion news stories from around the web:
- Roy Moore, a former Alabama Supreme Court justice who was removed from the bench for refusing to remove a Ten Commandments monument he had had installed in front of the courthouse, has won the Republican primary for Attorney General Jeff Session’s former Senate seat.
- A woman in Colorado has sued her former high school alleging that teachers and administers conspired to lower her grades and damage her chances for college admission as a result of her atheistic views and advocacy.
- The EEOC has filed a lawsuit on behalf of a Christian woman who claims she was fired from her job at a Mississippi restaurant chain after the chain declined to provide her a religious accommodation to the restaurant’s uniform.
- The Supreme Court has cancelled oral argument on the travel ban case and requested briefing on the issue of mootness after the Trump Administration enacted a revised ban that includes non-Muslim majority countries.
- The motive of a man who shot eight people, killing one, at a church in Tennessee is still unclear days after the attack.
- A Pew Research poll has revealed wide differences of opinion between U.S.-born Muslims and Muslim immigrants on the level of hostility Muslims face in U.S. society.