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Mauck & Baker, located in downtown Chicago is nationally known for representing churches, religious institutions, businesses and individuals in religious liberties cases. Our monthly newsletter covers topics relating to religious news and legal information relevant to our practice. Please forward our newsletter on to others interested in religious freedom and visit our website for more information about our work. 
Preventing Voter Fraud, Preserving Our Liberties    
October, 2014

 With the 2014 midterm  elections just a few weeks away and with the Senate along with many state and local elections up for grabs, the debate as to whether voting fraud is a serious issue in U.S. elections is back on center stage. Amidst a hotly contested governor's race with Bruce Rauner challenging the unpopular Governor Quinn, Illinois has entered the fray by easing voter restrictions. Read more.

New Screwtape Letter Uncovered #2  
October, 2014

Read round two of our spin off of C.S. Lewis' The Screwtape Letters by attorney Noel Sterett . 
 While fighting to protect religious liberty in cases all across the country, Mauck & Baker uncovered the following letter. For legal reasons which can only be explained in Latin, we cannot disclose how the letter was uncovered. We share it only to alert you to its troubling scheme. 

Why atheists and agnostics should care about religious liberty?     
 October, 2014 


Religious liberty means the ability to believe and worship, or not believe and worship, as one chooses free from government intrusion or coercion. It means being able to change your faith without fear of punishment. It means being able to freely speak and write about your faith in the public square and in your daily activities, and to seek to convince others of your faith. And it means not being forced to act against one's faith or conscience by the government. Read more   from attorney Whitman H. Brisky.