Regarding a recent court ruling that Affordable Care Act requirements to cover HIV prevention drugs violate the religious freedom of companies providing healthcare coverage, Professor Steven Collis commented on the unlikelihood that many companies would try to apply this limitation to their employees.
Professor Steven Collis authors an opinion piece to clarify misconceptions surrounding Kennedy v. Bremerton, a recent ruling about a high school football coach who was fired for leading prayer on the 50-yard line.
In an interview, Professor Steven Collis speaks on the significance of Kennedy v. Bremerton and Carson v. Makin, two recent Supreme Court rulings that muddle the separation between church and state in education.
Professor Steven Collis is interviewed about federal acts being used as protection against the application of city code and zoning violations that infringe on residents' right to religious freedom at a Dallas apartment complex.
Professor Steven Collis is quoted in an article about BYU's religious exemption from certain Title IX requirements leading to a dismissal of a complaints that the school treats students involved in same- sex relationships differently.
Professor Steven Collis is quoted in an article about how a Supreme Court case about a former football coach fired for midfield prayers during games could help clarify first amendment rights surrounding religion.
Professor Steven T. Collis is quoted in an article regarding Texas' Proposition 3 which, if passed, could keep state and local governments from limiting in-person religious gatherings regardless of public health threats.