When Faith Healing Becomes Faith Killing

The following is a guest post by M Dolon Hickmon September 4, 2014 – The Tennessee Supreme Court will hear arguments today in the case of Jacqueline Crank, an East Tennessee woman sentenced to 11 months, 29 days of unsupervised probation after being convicted of child neglect in the 2002 cancer death her 15-year-old daughter, [Read More...]

The Latitude Offered For Claims Of Religious Exemptions To Laws On A State By State Basis

What do the distinctions in the map mean in specific legal terms?  This post runs down the history and present kinds of religious exemptions in American law.   (The map comes from the same blog, The Volokh Conspiracy) Your Thoughts? [Read more...]


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