I think that the Connecticut case, if it goes to the Supreme Court, could be a good one.
What we have here is the Left NGO's playing tag-team wrestling with the BSA using money given them by tax-exempts.
The Supreme Court could have something surprising to say on political uses of tax-exempt dollars. Even better, they could even strip some of the parties to the Scouts' suit of their tax-exempt status, since what is going on, if the Court were to consolidate some of these cases and prorogate the pending local ones, would immediately become manifest "patterns and practices" that the Court could then rule is political not eleemosynary. They could bag all these assclowns' exemptions.
And that would be how you spell "relief".