Posts Tagged ‘Texas’
Court agrees Texas district can transfer Andrea Hernandez to another school, saying electronic-tracking badge requirement ‘has an incidental effect, if any, on [her] religious beliefs.’
Gary Harger says state may exclude otherwise qualified doctors and clinics from receiving state funding if they advocate for abortion rights.
Trustees amend student code of conduct to bar the flag, which formerly was displayed with the Hays High School Rebel mascot; ‘Dixie’ remains as school fight song.
Andrea Hernandez and her family view the microchip embedded in her school’s new ID cards as a ‘mark of the beast’ and sacrilege to their Christian faith.
Texas professor wrote to federal judge in 2009 asking for documents related to U.S. v. Liddy.
If cheerleaders in Kountze, Texas, prevail in defending their practice of holding up Bible-verse banners at football games, their victory could open the door for more student religious expression at school-sponsored events, delivered by members of various school groups.
State says texasworkerscomplaw.com looks too much like a state-provided or state-endorsed site; attorney goes to court asserting First Amendment right to retain it.
5th Circuit follows U.S. Supreme Court’s Hosanna-Tabor ruling, finds fired music director cannot pursue employment-discrimination claims.
State attorney general says all records and documents pertaining to juveniles are confidential, even in cases in which the juvenile died.
Texas judge grants injunction, saying school district policy barring pre-game signs appears to violate students’ rights.
Three-judge panel rejects city officials’ claim that statute meant to ensure open government actually stifled their free speech.
Brownsville, Texas, police may have acted properly in shooting 15-year-old, as a grand jury found; but releasing the video would help address public doubts.
Texas newspaper reports that at least three officers marched, camped and attended meetings with group.