Following oral arguments at the Supreme Court in Little Sisters of the Poor v. Burwell (aka Zubik v. Burwell), our ADF friends Kristen Waggoner and Greg Baylor stop by Leland House to explain the case and share what they witnessed in the courtroom.
- Articles about the HHS mandate at Canon & Culture.
- Case overview via Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF)
- Visual explanation via TheLittleSistersOfThePoor.com
- HHS Central via Becket Fund for Religious Liberty
- Case details via SCOTUSBlog.
- Little Sisters, Big Case – by Russell Moore via The Hill (@thehill)
- Baptists are plaintiffs too:
- Standing Together, the 2013 multi-faith open letter in opposition to the HHS mandate
Gregory S. Baylor, Esq.,serves as senior counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom, where he is the director of the Religious Schools Team. He litigates cases to protect the rights of Christian educational institutions across the nation. Since joining ADF in 2009, Baylor has focused his litigation efforts on protecting the religious freedom of Christ-centered educational institutions. He serves as religious liberty consultant to the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities. He also works to protect the First Amendment freedoms of students, faculty, and staff at public colleges and universities.
Kristen K. Waggoner, Esq., serves as senior counsel and senior vice president of legal advocacy with Alliance Defending Freedom, where she leads the organization’s legal and media efforts. Waggoner joined ADF in 2013 to support thousands of allied attorneys in their efforts to preserve religious freedom. She has trained allied attorneys and organizations on religious liberty issues and rights of conscience. She has also provided allies with legal support on cases pertaining to life, marriage, and family.