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Martinez v. West Covina School District

Isaiah Martinez wanted to hand out candy canes to his classmates at Christmas time.  Attached to the candies was a message about the legend of candy canes, including a Christian message.  His teacher would not allow him to hand out the gifts with this message attached.

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Brynn Williams – Sharing the Bible in School

Brynn Williams, a first grader, took her family’s Star of Bethlehem to present to the class for an assignment on family holiday traditions. Before she could finish her presentation (which ended with a recitation of John 3:16), her teacher shut down her presentation because she’s “not allowed to talk about the Bible in school.”

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Calvary Chapel Bible Fellowship

This Church wants to build a new facility in Temecula Wine Country, but the area currently restricts church development in that zone.  We believe this is a clear violation of RLUIPA and are fighting on behalf of the Church.

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Coronado v. Myers

Two men were arrested for reading aloud from the Bible outside of a local DMV.  We have filed a federal case for unlawful arrest and false imprisonment.

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Serrano v. Family Life Faith and Freedom Educational Corporation 

Can a Christian school require their employees to sign a Statement of Faith?

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Ramona School District

What rights do school districts have in regard to crafting and enforcing parental notification policies?

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San Diego Evangelism v. City of San Diego 

This ministry is facing ordinances that may affect their ability to evangelize in the ways they have previously done in their community.

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Abigail T. v. Talkington School for Young Women Leaders

Each year, we hear from students wanting to organize and/or advertise a See You at the Pole (SYATP) event at their schools, who are prevented from doing so due to the administration’s fear of violating a “separation of church and state”.  This is one such case.

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