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PJI Sues To Halt City Of Los Angeles From Cheating Employees Out Of Religious Accommodations

PJI Sues To Halt City Of Los Angeles From Cheating Employees Out Of Religious Accommodations

News Release LOS ANGELES—Pacific Justice Institute (PJI) and affiliate attorney Daniel Watkins filed a federal lawsuit last week on behalf of Los Angeles Police Department employees to bar the City from depriving employees of their rights to seek religious accommodations to the COVID-19 vaccine mandates.   The City announced a COVID-19 vaccine mandate on August […]

Government Overreach

Government Overreach

New Release Fellow Americans, if you thought the COVID related issues were getting better, think again. Biden’s new order now complicates your employment as all employees are now FORCED to get vaccinated. Is this too far? As Americans, it is imperative that you can exercise your religious rights. You have the opportunity to stand when […]

Rancho Cucamonga, CA | PJI Sues Trader Joe’s for Anti-religious, Non-Accommodative Mandate

Rancho Cucamonga, CA | PJI Sues Trader Joe’s for Anti-religious, Non-Accommodative Mandate

News Release RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA —Pacific Justice Institute (PJI) filed a federal lawsuit this week on behalf of a Trader Joe’s employee fired for requesting a religious accommodation to taking the COVID-19 vaccine.   Gregg Crawford, a devout Christian throughout his adult life, worked as an exemplary management employee at Trader Joe’s for 26 years. […]

PJI Defends Churches’ Right to Worship Without Charge!

PJI Defends Churches’ Right to Worship Without Charge!

Recently, California Governor Gavin Newsom issued an executive order banning indoor church services in thirty counties.  Specifically, the order requires places of worship to “close all indoor operations.”  Prior to that, the governor banned singing in churches.  Permanent church and Christian school closures are increasing. This on-again, off-again response to church openings/protocol from the governor […]

California officials to allow drive-in church services

California officials to allow drive-in church services

By Michael Hernandez SACRAMENTO—“The Governor and Attorney General have agreed to re-open churches under certain conditions:  drive-in services,” said Ventura County Political Consultant Stephen Frank during a conference phone call of the Judeo-Christian Caucus.   “This was after the first of many lawsuits for unconstitutional activities and after lock-down protests have begun all over California.”   Stephen […]

Grinch: School Says Student Performance of “Joy to the World” Not Acceptable, Then Backtracks

Grinch: School Says Student Performance of “Joy to the World” Not Acceptable, Then Backtracks

Sacramento, CA—A school in Northern California has reversed course after initially declaring “Joy to the World” unacceptable for a student piano performance.    The Benzel family reached out to Pacific Justice Institute (PJI) after their 13-year-old daughter Brooklyn’s musical choice was rejected by her Education Specialist at South Sutter Charter School. The reason? The specialist, […]

New Common Core Lawsuit Asserts Parents’ Rights

New Common Core Lawsuit Asserts Parents’ Rights

Common Core 11-6-13 opt-out session video now available

Common Core 11-6-13 opt-out session video now available

By George Miller Concerned Parents of Conejo Valley just released the official video of the 11-6-13 session, click at Calvary Chapel in Newbury Park, diagnosis CA, remedy which rolled out a regional strategy for fighting the New Common Core standards now being implemented in schools in 45 states across the USA. Opponents have objected to: […]

School Common Core California opt-out debut held 11-6-13

School Common Core California opt-out debut held 11-6-13

By Debra Tash & George Miller     A forum on the new de facto national Common Core Standards and curriculum was held at Calvary Chapel in Newbury Park on November 6th, 2013, to explain WHY it’s desirable to “opt-out” of Common Core “data mining,” and HOW to do it. A previous debate in June […]