Don’t let religion open doors to discrimination, reject unnecessary bill A child holds a figurine of Baby Jesus as Pope Francis leads the Sunday Angelus prayer in Saint Peter’s Square at the Vatican Dec. 15, 2013. Posted Jan. 07, 2014, at 1:23 p.m. One of the tenets of American democracy is individual freedom. With that comes people’s right to choose […]
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Debates over RFRA sound like policy debates. Why? Because it turns courts into legislatures making their own laws for religious claimants. It is unconstitutional. http://rfrafolly.com/professor-marci-a-hamilton-the-religious-freedom-restoration-act-is-unconstitutional-period-1-u-pa-j-const-l-1-1998/
The monster is RFRA
Two Ohio lawmakers want to ensure the state courts are equally protective of a person’s religious freedoms as the federal courts and introduced last month a state version of the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
These reports are standard for all land use. TN legislature screwed cities w TN RFRA if they can avoid such requirements. TN RFRA unconstitutional anyway because it permits any burden to trigger extreme religious liberty. True folly and against the public interest
The most fundamental Establishment Clause rule is that the government may not prefer religion over irreligion or non-religion. RFRA, however, “privileges religion over all other expressions of conscience.”
The Bishops Versus Women’s Health: The Gloves Are Off Marci A. Hamilton | December 12, 2013 With Pope Francis having been named Time Magazine’s Person of the Year, the United States Catholic Bishops, to be sure, will sing his praises to the press, but at the same time, they cannot be pleased that this is likely to […]
Religious Liberty after Gonzales: A Look at State RFRAs Christopher C. Lund Wayne State University Law School August 26, 2010 South Dakota Law Review, Vol. 55, p. 466, 2010 (symposium) Wayne State University Law School Research Paper No. 10-12 Abstract: This symposium piece examines the state of religious liberty after the Supreme Court’s decision in […]
Gov. Brownback Signs Kansas Preservation of Religious Freedom Act by Guest Author Written by the Kansas Family Policy Council April 10, 2013 CitizenLink is proud to work with the Written by the Kansas Family Policy Counciland other organizations across the country to stand for marriage, life and religious freedom. Topeka- Today, Governor Sam Brownback signed into law the Kansas Preservation of […]
Professor Laycock in support of TX RFRA amendment (which would have removed “substantial” as modifier of “burden” and made the TRFRA a state constitutional amendment) Letter of academics.
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