Happy New Year 2018!

Dear Religion Clause Readers:Happy New Year 2018! I hope you continue to find Religion Clause an important resource for news on religious liberty and church-state developments. I continue to strive for objectivity in my posts and to provide links to an abundance of primary source material underlying each post.  I am pleased that my regular readers span the political and religious spectrum and include a large number of law school faculty, journalists, clergy, governmental agency personnel, students and others working professionally dealing with church-state relations and religious liberty concerns in the U.S. and around the world.It has been a chaotic year in which lines between law and politics, news and opinion, religion and culture have all become increasingly blurred.  In such times, access to a wide spectrum of factual information is of increased importance.Thanks again to all of you who are loyal readers– both those who have followed Religion Clause for years and those of you who have only recently discovered the blog.  A special thanks to readers who have quickly sent me leads on recent developments, and to those who have alerted me to mistakes. All of you have made Religion Clause the most recognized and reliable source for keeping informed on the intersection of religion with law and politics. The ABA Journal continues to include Religion Clause as one of 55 legal blogs in its Blawg 100 Hall of Fame.  I encourage you to recommend Religion Clause to colleagues, students and friends who might find it of interest.  It is accessible via Twitter and Facebook, as well as through traditional online access and RSS feeds.I also remind you that the Religion Clause sidebar contains links to a wealth of resources.  Please e-mail me if you discover broken links or if there are other links that I should consider adding.Best wishes for 2018!  Feel free to contact me by e-mail (religionclause@gmail.com) in response to this post or throughout the year with comments or suggestions.Howard M. Friedman

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