Protecting the Bill of Rights in Utah since 1958

Religion & Belief

The Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment is among the most fundamental freedoms as it grants Americans the right to practice any religion of their choice, or no religion at all. The Establishment Clause also requires the strict separation of church and state. The ACLU of Utah works to safeguard this essential freedom and to ensure religious liberty by keeping the government out of religion and vice versa.

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2017 Bill of Rights Breakfast Celebration

25 April 2017 Published in Events

Community Lobby Training

01 February 2017 Published in Past Events

Get Busy For Justice!

08 December 2016 Published in The ACLU of Utah Activist

Community Lobby Training

09 February 2016 Published in Past Events

Youth Leadership and Activism Conference

12 January 2016 Published in Past Events

2015 Legislative Report

15 June 2015 Published in Legislative Reports

ACLU of Utah 2013 - 2014 Annual Report

10 December 2014 Published in Annual Reports

Main Street Church v Brigham City (2013)

24 January 2013 Published in Resolved Cases

Free Speech for All Returns to Brigham City

13 September 2012 Published in Newsroom

1999 Utah Legislative Report

01 January 2009 Published in Legislative Reports

Divine Design

06 October 2005 Published in Articles, Resources, and Position Papers

Nathan Clark v. Iron County (2004)

09 January 2004 Published in Resolved Cases

Van Gorden v. Utah State Fair (2001)

09 November 2001 Published in Resolved Cases

Silvermans v. State of Utah (1997)

11 February 1997 Published in Resolved Cases