The United States Supreme Court announced Monday it will not hear the case of Livingston Christian School v. Genoa Charter Township.
The case focused on the private Christian school which applied for a permit to use the facilities of a Brighton, Michigan church building for its operations.
According to The Livingston Daily, Livingston Christian Schools filed a lawsuit in August of 2015 after Genoa Township officials denied a permit request to operate the school in the Brighton Church of the Nazarene, known locally as The Naz.
First Liberty Institute attorneys argued when the township refused to approve a permit to allow LCS to operate its school at the church building, it effectively precluded the school from existing anywhere in the town. ...