Supreme Court Rules Maine’s Discrimination Against Religious Schools Unconstitutional

Adopting wholesale the position of Nussbaum Speir Gleason attorneys Andrew Nussbaum and Martin Nussbaum in their amicus brief filed on behalf of renowned constitutional scholar, Professor Michael McConnell, the Supreme Court ruled today that Maine’s discrimination against religious private schools violated the First Amendment’s Free Exercise Clause. As the most rural state in the union,… Continue reading Supreme Court Rules Maine’s Discrimination Against Religious Schools Unconstitutional

Host of roving ministries challenges central Colorado city’s broad ban against RVs parking at churches overnight

Court House News / AMANDA PAMPURO / May 7, 2022 Rev. Paul Elder sued the city of Pueblo after being cited with a zoning violation for hosting a traveling evangelist’s RV overnight PUEBLO, Colo. (CN) — The roving evangelist is an icon of the old west: an inspired man riding his horse between boomtowns, spreading the… Continue reading Host of roving ministries challenges central Colorado city’s broad ban against RVs parking at churches overnight

Colorado church: City’s RV ban is a violation of religious freedom

By Mark A. Kellner – The Washington Times – Thursday, May 12, 2022 Parking for traveling ministers is part of church’s ‘hospitality ministry,’ pastor says A Colorado pastor says allowing traveling ministers to park their RVs in his church parking lot and connect to utilities there is part of his congregation’s “hospitality ministry” in place for more… Continue reading Colorado church: City’s RV ban is a violation of religious freedom

HHS expected to propose health care rule on abortion, transgender services

HHS expected to propose health care rule on abortion, transgender services By Tom Tracy Apr 5, 2022 Catholic News Service Leadership at the Catholic Benefits Association believes the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services will soon announce new regulations that may pose an existential threat to religious-based employers including Catholic hospitals. Discovery of a… Continue reading HHS expected to propose health care rule on abortion, transgender services

Gender agenda, conscience, and health care mandates

April 1, 2022 by Jim Graves Colorado Springs Chapter Legate, Doug Wilson, Chief Executive Officer of the Catholic Benefits Association, is concerned. In April, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is expected to announce that organizations that provide their employees with health benefits packages must include coverage for both surgical abortions and a full range… Continue reading Gender agenda, conscience, and health care mandates

Nussbaum fights for freedom of worship.

The Intermountain Jewish News, February 14, 2022, featuring L. Martin Nussbaum Since the dawn of United States history, our country has retained as one of its most important tenets the right of religious freedom. Our Founding Fathers came to these shores to escape persecution due to their religious beliefs. We as Jews know firsthand what… Continue reading Nussbaum fights for freedom of worship.

Church’s RV ministry loses appeal, case headed to court, Colorado Springs attorney says

Gazette Newspaper, December 28, 2021, featuring Andrew Nussbaum A dispute between a Pueblo Pentecostal church’s longtime recreational-vehicle ministry for traveling evangelists and city zoning will head to court. Having been denied an appeal Tuesday night that would have allowed visiting preachers to continue parking their RVs in Christian Growth Center’s lot at 1906 N. Hudson… Continue reading Church’s RV ministry loses appeal, case headed to court, Colorado Springs attorney says

Another round in the ‘HHS mandate’ fight?

A Pillar Interview, November 26, 2021, featuring L. Martin Nussbaum Federal court filings revealed this week that the Biden administration could be planning to remove religious freedom exemptions and protections from federal rules issued by the Department for Health and Human Services — a change that would require Catholic employer healthcare plans to cover medical… Continue reading Another round in the ‘HHS mandate’ fight?

Pilate’s Fear, Our Freedom

The Catholic Diocese of Colorado Springs, November 19, 2021, article written by L. Martin Nussbaum  The liturgical year has not always ended with the Solemnity of Christ the King. This observance is a relatively new innovation. The American bishops, through their Committee for Religious Liberty, urge Catholics to consider the history of this celebration so… Continue reading Pilate’s Fear, Our Freedom

Andrew Nussbaum joins Nussbaum Speir Gleason

Andrew serves as counsel at Nussbaum Speir Gleason. His practice focuses on the defense of religious institutions, constitutional litigation, and high-stakes commercial and appellate disputes for traditionally minded clients. Andrew graduated first in his class from Tulane University Law School. He then clerked for two of the preeminent federal judges in the country, Chief Judge… Continue reading Andrew Nussbaum joins Nussbaum Speir Gleason

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