Mary Ann Sause, a retired Catholic nurse on disability in Louisburg, Kansas, was allegedly ordered by cops in her own home to stop praying. The police were originally responding to a minor noise complaint but then allegedly proceeded to harass her. First Liberty Institute, which is representing Sause, completed oral arguments in the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday. “The government’s attempt to redefine the First Amendment through this case could set a dangerous precedent for religious freedom,” said Stephanie Taub, senior counsel for First Liberty Institute.
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