The pursuit of religious freedom continues for faithful Californians. Last night, the Center for American Liberty, in conjunction with the Dhillon Law Group, Inc., on behalf of churches in San Bernardino County and in Riverside County represented in Gish v. Newsom, filed a Reply Brief at the United States Supreme Court; on January 7th, plaintiffs
The Center for American Liberty Responds at Supreme Court to Governor Newsom’s Opposition to injunction in Gish v. Newsom
Last night, the Center for American Liberty in conjunction with Eimer Stahl LLP and the Dhillon Law Group took the fight to #OpenCASchools to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals by filing the Opening Brief in the landmark case, Brach v. Newsom.
Today, the Center for American Liberty, in conjunction with the Dhillon Law Group, Inc., on behalf of churches in San Bernardino County and Riverside County represented in Gish v. Newsom, filed an emergency application for a writ of injunction before the Honorable Elena Kagan at the United States Supreme Court.
Center for American Liberty Seeks Injunction from U.S. Supreme Court on Behalf of Southern California Churches
The Center for American Liberty in conjunction with the Dhillon Law Group, Inc. and the Law Office of D. Gill Sperlein filed a petition for rehearing en banc today for lawsuit the Givens v. Newsom to be heard by the 11 judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
PRESS RELEASE: Center for American Liberty Appeals COVID-19 First Amendment Case to the 9th Circuit
On October 13, 2020, the Center for American Liberty sued California Governor Gavin Newsom and Santa Clara County Executive Jeffrey Smith, challenging unconstitutional restrictions on religious and political gatherings.
The Center for American Liberty on behalf of Rabbi Chaim Rottenberg, rabbi of Congregation Netzach Yisroel in Monsey, New York, sent a letter to Governor Cuomo demanding he stop the unconstitutional targeting of Orthodox Jewish communities.
Center for American Liberty Demands Gov. Cuomo Stop Targeting Orthodox Jewish Communities; Promises Lawsuit
On July 17, 2020 Governor Newsom announced that in more than 30 counties across California, school facilities will remain closed to start the fall semester—leaving roughly 80% of the state’s student population without access to a basic education.
Kids have the right to an education. Make that right a reality for millions of children by supporting our case, Brach v. Newsom, today.
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