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Religious liberty in public life
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By Charles C. Haynes
First Amendment Center senior scholar
To what extent should there be religious exemptions to laws and regulations that apply broadly to everyone?
5th Circuit: City violated Santeria priest's religious rights
Euless, Texas, officials had claimed that sacrifices performed by Jose Merced jeopardized public health and violated its slaughterhouse and animal-cruelty ordinances.
Full 10th Circuit won't rehear Okla. Ten Commandments ruling
Dissenting judges said June panel decision 'misconstrues and in so doing multiplies the errors inherent in the Supreme Court’s already-questionable "tests."'
Last system update: Tuesday, August 4, 2009 | 08:52:12
religious liberty in public life issues >
Ten Commandments, other displays & mottos
Charitable choice/faith-based initiatives
Workplace religious liberty
RLUIPA, religious buildings & zoning
Vaccination & religious exemptions