Here are some important law-and-religion news stories from around the web:
- More details are emerging about the Texas church shooting that left 26 people dead.
- Third-party insurers will continue to provide birth control free of charge to students and faculty at Notre Dame, contradicting an announcement from the school administration that the coverage would end.
- Most Americans who identify as “spiritual” but not religious are nominally members of a specific faith.
- FEMA may change its rules barring aid to rebuild houses of worship; the agency currently faces a lawsuit in federal court and pressure from President Trump.
- The USDA has loosened restrictions on religious expression at work after a controversy during the Obama Administration in which a USDA inspector at a meatpacking plant objected to the presence of a religous pamphlet in the break room.