2nd Circuit Panel Rejects Constitutional Challenge to NYC School’s Exclusion of Religious Worship Services from School Buildings

Ruling in a long-running case that may not yet be at an end, a panel of the Manhattan-based U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit ruled on April 3 that the New York City Board of Education did not violate the First Amendment when it adopted a policy in 2007 providing that outside organizations and individuals may receive permits for use of school buildings outside of school hours but not if their purpose is … <Read More>