March 26, 2020
ORDER PROHIBITINGVOLUNTARY CHURCH ASSEMBLIES
MONTGOMERY: The Foundation for Moral Law by and through its President Emeritus Judge Roy Moore, President Kayla Moore, and Senior Counsel John Eidsmoe issued a statement in which they take exception to Orders of Governor Kay Ivey which effectively stop voluntary church assemblies in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic.
Judge Moore stated, “The Order
December 2, 2019
FOUNDATION DEFENDS RIGHT TO THERAPY TO ESCAPE HOMOSEXUAL LIFESTYLE
MONTGOMERY, AL: The Foundation for Moral Law, a Montgomery-based nonprofit corporation dedicated to the defense of religious liberty and the strict interpretation of the Constitution according to the intent of its Framers, files an amicus brief with the Fourth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals supporting a therapist who is challenging a Maryland law
November 27, 2019
FOUNDATION THANKFUL FOR ALABAMA SUPREME COURT MONUMENT DECISION
MONTGOMERY, AL: The Foundation for Moral Law, a Montgomery-based legal institute dedicated to the strict interpretation of the Constitution according to the intent of its Framers, expressed its thanks to the Alabama Supreme Court for a decision upholding the constitutionality of Alabama’s Memorial Preservation Act.
While in other states activist groups have pressured local
November 14, 2019
FOUNDATION DEFENDS ANTI-NUDITY ORDINANCE
MONTGOMERY, AL: The Foundation for Moral Law, an Alabama-based nonprofit organization dedicated to the defense of traditional family values and the strict interpretation of the Constitution according to the intent of its Framers, filed an amicus brief with the United States Supreme Court in support of a Laconia, New Hampshire, anti-nudity ordinance.
In the case of Lilley v.
MONTGOMERY, AL: As Justice Scalia might have said: Like a ghoul from a
Halloween horror film, Obamacare’s contraception mandate continues to stalk the
Little Sisters of the Poor, scaring the nuns and other Americans with religious
objections to the mandate. But today, the Foundation for Moral Law, an Alabama-
based nonprofit dedicated to the defense of religious liberty, filed a brief at the
MONTGOMERY, AL: The Foundation for Moral Law, an Alabama nonprofit
organization dedicated to the defense of religious liberty, filed an amicus brief on
Friday at the U.S. Supreme Court in support Barronelle Stutzman, whose case may
finally decide whether Christians must cater to same-sex weddings over their
Stutzman is the owner of Arlene’s Flowers, a small business in Washington State.
For years, Stutzman
MONTGOMERY, AL: The Foundation for Moral Law, an Alabama nonprofit organization dedicated to the defense of religious liberty, supported the decision of Blount County Sheriff Mark Moon to hold a prayer vigil this evening despite threats from the Freedom From Religion Foundation (“FFRF”).
In a letter to Sheriff Moon, the FFRF complained that he violated the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment by organizing and
FOUNDATION DEFENDS MONTANA SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
MONTGOMERY, AL: Montana resident Kendra Espinoza wanted to send her daughters to a private religious school. However, the cost was prohibitive, so she was overjoyed when the Legislature established a scholarship program. But her hopes were dashed to the ground when the Department of Revenue imposed a rule limiting the scholarships to secular private schools only. She sued, the U.S.
MONTGOMERY, AL: For decades, Catholic Social Services has enabled families to care for foster children. Driven by their commitment to Christian charity, CSS has found homes for thousands of children in need of protection.
But Catholic Social Services of Philadelphia may have to close its doors. Under pressure from LGBT activists, Philadelphia is requiring that CSS utilize same-sex couples as foster parents. CSS objects that
FOUNDATION FOR MORAL LAW SUPPORTS BIBLE COURSE
MONTGOMERY: The Foundation for Moral Law, an Alabama-based legal organization dedicated to religious liberty and the strict interpretation of the Constitution as intended by its Framers, encouraged the Morgan County Schools to
go forward with their plans for an elective Bible course and offered the Foundation’s support if the course is challenged in court.
In spring 2019