BOOKS v. CITY ELKHART, INDIANA, 00-1114
The Establishment Clause acknowledges America's "spiritual partimony" and requires that the government exercise restraint to prevent citizens from becoming outsiders in the eyes of our governmental system.
- Decided 02/08/2001
- Published 02/08/2001
- United States Seventh Circuit
- For Appellant:
- Kenneth J. Falk (argued), Indiana Civil Liberties Union, Indianapolis, IN, for Plaintiffs-Appellants., Steven K. Green, Washington, DC, for Americans United for Separation of Church and State, Amicus Curiae., Marc D. Stern, American Jewish Congress, New York, NY, for American Jewish Congress, Amicus Curiae., John G. Stepanovich, American Center for Law & Justice, Virginia Beach, VA, for American Center for Law and Justice, Amicus Curiae., Edward L. White, III, Thomas More Center for Law & Justice, Ann Arbor, MI, for Thomas More Center for Law and Justice, Amicus Curiae.
- For Appellees:
- Paul D. Eash (argued), Vlado Vranjes, Elkhart, IN, for Defendant-Appellee.