Religious Liberty in the Marketplace Overview

Law and Policy Contacts/Additional Resources

Pacific Justice Institute:

  • Primary Contact: Brad Dacus, Esq., President
  • Mission: A legal defense organization specializing in the defense of religious freedom, parental rights and other civil liberties.
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Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF):

  • Primary Contact: Alan Sears, Esq., President, CEO
  • Mission: An alliance-building legal organization that advocates for the right of people to freely life out their faith.
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Liberty Counsel:

  • Primary Contact: Mathew Staver, Esq., President, CEO
  • Mission: An international nonprofit litigation, education and policy organization dedicated to advancing religious freedom, the sanctity of life and the family.
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  • Primary Contact: David Barton
  • Mission: An organization dedicated to presenting America’s forgotten history and heroes, with an emphasis on the moral, religious and constitutional foundation of which America was built.
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National Legal Foundation:

  • Primary Contact: Steven Fitschen, Esq., President
  • Mission: A Christian public interest law firm dedicated to the preservation of America’s freedom and constitutional rights.
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American Center for Law and Justice:

  • Primary Contact: Jay Sekulow, Esq., President
  • Mission: To protect religious and constitutional freedoms by engaging in legal, legislative and cultural issues through advocacy, education and litigation.

The Beckett Fund:

  • Primary Contact: William Mumma, President
  • Mission: To protect the free expression of all faiths and advance that principle in three arenas—the courts of law, the court of public opinion, and the academy—both in the United States and abroad.
  • See: Little Sisters of the Poor – U.S. Supreme Court Appeal

The Heritage Foundation:

The Witherspoon Institute:

The American Civil Rights Union:

An article on Religious Liberty and the Rights of Conscience

An article on the Political History of Religious Exemptions

An article on The Equality Act of 2015

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