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By John Witte Jr.
Professor of law, Emory University
The bold constitutional experiment of granting religious freedom to all remains in place, and in progress, in the United States.
Why I am boycotting the China Olympics
By Charles C. Haynes
For all of the hype about how giving China the Olympics would lead to more openness and concern for human rights by Beijing, the opposite has taken place.
Calif. high court sides with lesbian in dispute with doctors
Two Christian fertility specialists who refused to artificially inseminate Guadalupe Benitez have neither free-speech right nor religious exemption from state law, justices decide.
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