Here are some important law-and-religion news stories from around the web:
- A federal district court has dismissed a constitutional challenge to the House of Representatives’ policy of excluding secular invocation speakers.
- The State of Texas must permit an out-of-state secular advocacy organization to put up an anti-religion display in the state capitol, a federal judge ruled.
- A Trump Administration appointee has been criticized by a law professor for the appointee’s personal religious beliefs, which the law professor says will interfere with the performance of the appointee’s duties.
- An officer in the Air Force who had been up for a promotion to brigadier general has been denied the promotion after he refused to sign a document commending the marriage of a gay servicemember.