5th Circuit

Freedom of Religion and Worshiping in Texas Prisons Brown v. Collier (2019)

Praying open palms

Muslim inmates who were previously allowed to participate in group worship under indirect supervision must now await volunteers to facilitate directly supervised religious gatherings.
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5th Circuit: Cheerleader can’t refuse to cheer

A former Silsbee, Texas, high school cheerleader did not have a First Amendment right to refuse to cheer for a basketball player she claimed had sexually assaulted her, a federal
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