Tenn. lawyer's family, firm collect millions from charities - 2011-09-05

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F0.png Tenn. lawyer's family, firm collect millions from charities September 5, 2011, Bob Smietana, USA Today

Back in the 1980s, Jay Sekulow's career was in shambles. His Atlanta-based law firm had failed, leaving him millions in debt and bankrupt.

Then he got a lifeline from a surprising source — the U.S. Supreme Court.

Sekulow's client, San Franscisco-based Jews for Jesus, was locked in a legal dispute with commissioners at the Los Angeles airport. The group wanted to hand out religious literature there. Airport officials said no. Sekulow argued the commission's actions violated the First Amendment.

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{{cite news | first = Bob | last = Smietana | title = Tenn. lawyer's family, firm collect millions from charities | url = http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/religion/story/2011-09-05/Tenn-lawyers-family-firm-collect-millions-from-charities/50259614/1 | work = USA Today | date = September 5, 2011 | accessdate = February 1, 2020 }}