The ADF has filed suit against the state of New York over a policy that allows state buildings to be rented by community groups for events but not by religious groups. It is truly incredible to me that New York, of all places, hasn’t figured this stuff out yet. Two of the major precedents on equal access took place in New York, Good News Club and Lamb’s Chapel, both with the same result: if a government facility is made available for outside groups to rent or to use for free, they cannot refuse to give religious groups access to the facilities. This is a no-brainer. It just isn’t a close call. Lamb’s Chapel was a unanimous decision for a reason. When the ADF and the ACLU both agree on an issue, you’re almost sure to lose in court. What’s the point of wasting taxpayer money to defend the indefensible?