ACLU Alarmed Over Well Going Dry
|September 29, 2006||Posted by Dave S. under Intelligent Design|
The Public Expression of Religion Act of 2005 passed by a 244-173 house vote Tuesday. The bill bans the award of attorney fees in establishment clause cases (like Kitzmiller v. Dover). The ACLU has turned establishment clause cases into a cottage industry for underemployed lawyers. Naturally, they are quite alarmed at this turn of events.
More at Stop The ACLU.