Here are some important law-and-religion news stories from around the web:
- Citizens of Alabama will vote on a state constitutional amendment that would allow public schools and other state entities to display the Ten Commandments.
- Opinion: The Montana Supreme Court should strike down a state law limiting aid to religious schools.
- Christian colleges are experiencing tension between their stated missions and policies and the wider cultural and legal movement in favor of acceptance of homosexuality.
- A Michigan civil rights group is suing to have a cross that has stood on public land for 70 years removed because they allege it violates the Establishment Clause.
- An appeals court has suspended a judge’s order which would have allowed forcible entries into properties owned by the Catholic Church to seek assets that could be used to satisfy a Church employee pension fund’s deficiencies.
- Two former Solicitors General argued for opposing parties before the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, which is considering the constitutionality of the Washington Metro’s ban on “issue-oriented advertisements.”