Bob Unruh – June 9, 2016
Religious rights – under fire nationwide, from demands that Christian colleges promote homosexuality to forcing nuns to pay for abortion drugs – are the focal point of a new case in the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals.
There, an Orthodox Jew is alleging she was dismissed from her job at a quasi-governmental authority, the Metropolitan Washington Airport Authority, because she observed Passover.
That, according to friend-of-the-court brief filed by The Becket Fund, is outrageous. And a spokesman says the same attitude “didn’t work out so well for Pharoah.”