Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Court turns down church cases | ajc.com

Court turns down church cases | ajc.com: "The Supreme Court on Monday sidestepped two church-state cases that social conservatives had hoped the justices would use to chart a rightward course. The justices, returning to work after their summer break, decided not to consider a challenge by religious groups to a New York law requiring health plans to cover birth control pills, and a California case in which an evangelical group was denied use of a public library for religious services."


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