Here are some important law-and-religion news stories from around the web:
- An Old Order Amish family has been ordered by a Pennsylvania court to connect their home to a public sewer system using an electrical apparatus that they claim violates their religious beliefs.
- A Nebraska state senator has proposed a bill that would eliminate a conscience opt-out for psychologists who object to providing certain services to gay couples and those seeking gender transition counseling.
- The ACLU has claimed in a letter to the Kentucky Department of Education that new Bible literacy classes being offered in public schools violate the Establishment Clause.
- An out-of-state secular advocacy organization has demanded that a New Mexico city remove a Ten Commandments monument that has stood on public land since the 1950s.
- The Supreme Court has denied review of two cases challenging a Mississippi law that prevents the state government from taking action against those acting according to certain religious beliefs concerning marriage and gender.