Appeal for woman stopped from praying … in her own home

Religious liberty in America, assured by the Constitution, became a battleground under President Obama when he tried to force nuns to pay for abortion drugs, insisted America wasn’t really a Christian nation and fined Christians for practicing their faith.

While President Trump has vowed to restore and protect religious rights, some of the Obama-era cases aren’t over, including the one brought by Mary Ann Sause after police officers ordered her to stop praying in her home.

As WND reported, Sause alleges officers came to her door, demanded entry, intimidated her, told her to stop praying and made fun of her.

The Louisberg, Kansas, resident initially fought the officers on her own, without success. But since then, the First Liberty Institute has joined the dispute on behalf of the retired Catholic nurse on disability.

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