Luke Holland

Luke Holland holds a J.D. from Washburn University School of Law, where he served as a staff writer and editor for the Washburn Law Journal, and a Bachelor’s degree in Humanities from Boyce…

Courts, Legislation
Kentucky Supreme Court affirms decision to strike down school choice bill, but supporters aren’t giving up

The Kentucky Supreme Court Thursday unanimously upheld a lower court’s ruling that a school choice law was in violation of the state constitution. The Education Opportunity Account Act,… Read More

December 19, 2022
Catholic groups can’t be forced to perform gender transition surgeries by government, according to Eighth Circuit decision

The government can’t force religious medical organizations to perform or insure gender transition operations, an appeals court says. Friday’s Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals decision in… Read More

December 15, 2022
Courts, Culture
In free speech case, Supreme Court is expected by some to back Colorado web designer who opposes same-sex marriage

The Supreme Court appears poised to rule in favor of the First Amendment right of a Christian web designer to refuse building websites for same-sex weddings. The Supreme… Read More

December 12, 2022
Christian Schools, Courts
South Carolina withholds $1.5 million from Christian nonprofit as judge considers payment’s legality

State officials will withhold $1.5 million earmarked for a Christian nonprofit, pending a judge’s ruling on its constitutionality. South Carolina residents brought a lawsuit against the state’s governor,… Read More

December 8, 2022
Public Education
School district reaches $10 million settlement with family following heat-related death of student athlete

A Georgia school district has reached a $10 million settlement with the family of a student who died of heatstroke during basketball practice in 2019. Read More

December 5, 2022