Christian Firefighter, Axed for Sharing His Faith, Now Heading to WA High Court
May 11, 2017
A Christian firefighter will go before the Washington Supreme Court later this year, fighting for his religious rights.
The Pacific Justice Institute (PJI) has filed a legal brief on Capt. Jonathan Sprague's behalf, arguing that the Spokane Valley Fire Department fired him because he had expressed religious views.
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