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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.
Say what you want, hate-crimes bill protects free speech
By Charles C. Haynes
Legislation poised for final approval would not criminalize sermons against homosexuality, as some fear.
Alito troubled by concerns over high court's Catholic majority
Justice tells audience he thought Constitution's guarantee of religious freedom long ago settled questions about whether Court's six Catholic jurists can 'be trusted to do their jobs.'
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