An Indiana woman’s claim that she beat her son because of her faith is unlikely to succeed in court, but it could have implications for how Americans perceive these kinds of arguments in the future.
A 30-year-old Indiana woman facing felony child abuse charges is arguing that she should not be prosecuted under the state’s “religious freedom” law, WTHR-TV reported.
Indiana State Police on Thursday fired a trooper who has been accused of proselytizing citizens while on the job.
Gov. Mike Pence (R) in his State of the State address said that he would not support any measure to protect LGBTQ Indianans that would infringe on religious freedom.
allowing the plaintiffs in church/state cases to proceed anonymously rather than having to reveal their names. The plaintiffs in a case in Indiana who are challenging a nativity pageant at their public school were granted anonymity by the judge in their case due to the history of intimidation of similar plaintiffs and a torrent of fury from the community in this case.
Indiana public school punishes 7-year-old with ‘banishment’ for not believing in God: lawsuit