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Ohio Christian school takes its zoning discrimination case to US Supreme Court

WASHINGTON – An Ohio Christian school blocked from serving students in a building that it has owned since 2010 asked the U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday to take its case. Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys representing Tree of Life Christian Schools filed the petition after an eight-year legal battle with the city of Upper Arlington. The city denied zoning approval for the school to relocate its growing, three-campus network to a single location.  Read more >>

Homeless shelter to court: Stop Anchorage’s hostility toward battered women

ANCHORAGE, Alaska – Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys representing a faith-based women’s shelter will be available for media interviews before a federal court hearing Friday in their lawsuit against Anchorage officials. Downtown Hope Center asked the court in August to stop those officials from misapplying a city ordinance against the ministry after it referred an inebriated and injured man to a hospital and paid for his taxi ride there instead of allowing him to share sleeping quarters with abused and homeless women.  Read more >>

Potential U.S. Supreme Court cases