SCOTUSBlog reports that the Supreme Court has issued its opinion in Hosanna Tabor v EEOC, unanimously reversing the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit on the question whether the First Amendment precludes employment discrimination suits against religious entities by those in “ministerial” positions. The Court was unanimous in the judgment. Chief Justice Roberts wrote the opinion for the Court. Justice Thomas concurred, and Justice Alito filed a concurring opinion joined by Justice Kagan (!). I have not yet read the opinion, but I’m certainly curious to see what united Justices Alito and Kagan. More background on the case can be found here.