Here are some important law-and-religion news stories from around the web:
- In November, Alabama voters will consider a constitutional amendment allowing the Ten Commandments to be displayed in schools, with proponents hoping the question of its constitutionality will reach the Supreme Court.
- A Buffalo bishop may have concealed the identities of “predator priests” from the public, leading to calls for his resignation.
- The archbishop of Dublin stated that removing the Catholic Church’s monopoly on education would be problematic for pluralism.
- The Court of Justice of the European Union found that a German Catholic hospital may have illegally discriminated against a doctor by firing him for getting remarried without getting an annulment.
- A Muslim police officer is suing the city of San Jose for harassment and discriminatory treatment over a number of years, claiming he was incorrectly referred to as an “ISIS veteran.”
- A Walgreens employee filed a cert petition after the 11th Circuit found the company had reasonably accommodated his Seventh-Day Adventist beliefs under Title VII.