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Topic - Freedom From Religion Foundation
The organization pursues public-interest lawsuits and engages in public debates to further its goals. Since 2006, the Foundation has produced the Freethought Radio show, currently the only national freethought radio broadcast in the United States. - Source: Wikipedia
The attorney for one Ohio local government body -- the Cuyahoga Falls City Council -- said the Freedom From Religion Foundation has sent a threatening letter over prayers led by the local chaplain that end with mention of Jesus.
Administrators at a hotel run by Iowa State University have given the boot to Bibles in their guest rooms after protest from a religious separatist group.
Iowa State University is removing Bibles from a campus hotel's guest rooms, after a watchdog group argued that it was an illegal endorsement of Christianity by the state-run institution.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation is asking the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to overturn a federal judge's decision that allowed the U.S. Forest Service to renew a 10-year permit for a statue of Jesus that was placed on a northwestern Montana ski hill six decades ago.
The Wisconsin public university system removed all its copies of the Gideon Bible from the campus conference center after the Freedom From Religion Foundation complained of a constitutional violation.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation has persuaded the University of Wisconsin-Extension in Madison to remove Gideon Bibles from its 137 guest rooms.
An atheists’ organization has demanded that a police chief in the small town of Searcy, Ark., tear up a Christian cross an anonymous giver planted in the ground outside his office.
Christmas continues to cheer our increasingly secularized and benighted world, and this sets on edge the teeth of its relentless detractors. Consider the length to which the Grinches go to persuade us that Christmas is nothing special. Proving a negative is always a challenge, but arguing there's no original cause for the Christmas effect is a hopeless exercise. Despite the war on the celebration of the birth of the Christ, the spirit of the season endures.
Standing up for personal religious views is leading to trouble with authorities, several Christians said Saturday at a conference on faith and family values.
The Hamilton County Board of Education in Tennessee will retrain its teachers on the separation of church and state after a local pastor gave a speech on Sept. 11 at a Sale Creek public school.
The Internal Revenue Services has been getting it from both sides over tax breaks it grants to religious organizations and clergy, and for not enforcing a ban on electioneering by churches.
Atheists are outraged that a Bible sits right next to the mayor's desk, inside a Pinellas Park City Council chamber, and they're demanding its removal.
An atheist group is pointing fingers at the school board for a South Carolina valedictorian who ripped up his prepared remarks at a graduation ceremony and instead recited the Lord's Prayer.
A judge ruled on Wednesday that high school cheerleaders in Texas do have the legal right to wave banners quoting biblical verses during football games.
A former Navy chaplain is offering a reward to any student who says a prayer during a graduation ceremony at a school in Florida following the threat of a lawsuit by an atheist group aimed at banning religious utterances from the event.