Capitol Hill Brief — Religious Discrimination

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Yesterday, I told you about a very important case before the Supreme Court. Trinity Lutheran v. Pauley is the only religious freedom case before the high court this term.

It is a case about a religious preschool that was rejected from a state program that provided reimbursement grants to purchase rubberized surface material for children’s playgrounds.

The children at the school were denied the grant solely because they were affiliated to a religious organization.

To be clear, religious people are not exempted from the fee on the tire purchases that funds these grants.  The government apparently has no problem with taking a religious person’s money, but they then feel free to discriminate against them with impunity.  This simply can’t stand and Concerned Women will be your voice in front of the Court.


Protect your First Amendment rights. Speak out, and tell President Trump how important religious liberty is to you and your family. Sign our powerful petition at www.CapitolHillBrief.org. If you’d like to hear these commentaries on the radio, find me on your local radio station.