Foundation Christian Academy joins schools in support of Cameron’s lawsuit against Beshear

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) – Foundation Christian Academy joins schools in support of Attorney General Daniel Cameron and Danville Christian’s position regarding the Governor’s order banning in-person instruction at religious schools.

The lawsuit filed by Cameron and Danville Christian Academy says halting in-person instruction at religious schools violates the First Amendment as well as Kentucky’s equivalent constitutional guarantees and the Commonwealth’s Religious Freedom and Restoration Act.

The amicus brief was filed by Bourbon Christian Academy (in Paris), Foundation Christian Academy (in Bowling Green), Heritage Christian School (in Owensboro), Kentucky Christian Academy (in Campbellsville), Lexington Christian Academy, Lexington Latin School, Somerset Christian School, Summit Christian Academy (in Lexington), and Trinity Christian Academy (in Lexington).

“The Religious Schools, their administrators, faculty, staff, parents, and students have done everything asked of them to remain open for in-person instruction,” the brief reads.

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