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Religious Freedom Restoration Act

The Religious Freedom Restoration Act is a 1993 federal statute designed to resolve conflicts between generally applicable laws and religious beliefs. It was passed in reaction to Employment Division v. Smith, a US Supreme Court case involving Native Americans who used peyote in religious rituals. Under the law, the government must have a compelling interest to overrule a religious belief, and must...

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O for 7,000+ Tongues to Meep
O for 7,000+ Tongues to Meep
In the beginning was the Word, and the Word birthed many more.
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