Month: October 2020

October 2020

Electronic Sign Permit Denial Did Not Violate RLUIPA

The First Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on October 7, 2020 that the Town of Pembroke, New Hampshire did not violate RLUIPA when the town denied an application for an electronic sign permit for religious messages. This ruling affirmed the district court’s dismissal of the case. In Signs for Jesus and Hillside

October 2020

Michigan Gov. Signs Law Giving Healthcare Facilities Liability Protections

On October 22, 2020, Governor Whitmer signed into law House Bill 6159, creating a Pandemic Health Care Immunity Act to protect health care workers against liability for claims arising out of care provided in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This law was part of a package of COVID-related bills signed

October 2020

FBMJ CARES: Winter Coat/Gear Drive for Foster Closet of Michigan-Western Wayne County

Cold weather is upon us and so is the community’s need for donations of cold weather gear. FBMJ Cares is collecting winter coats/gear to donate to the Foster Closet of Michigan-Western Wayne County. The Foster Closet is an all-volunteer, tax-exempt non-profit organization providing aid to the Foster Care Community. Often children